Perspectives on Learning Disabilities: Biological, Cognitive, Contextual

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More children than ever are being labeled learning disabled (LD), but despite reliance on the term, few agree on its definition or origins. This volume attempts to bridge that knowledge gap by bringing together experts from a variety of perspectives--biological, cognitive, educational, sociological, and interactive--to discuss the nature of LD, its origins, its diagnosis, and effective remediation.

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