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Cognitive Development in Atypical Children : Progress in Cognitive Development Research

Author: Linda S Siegel; Frederick J Morrison
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1985.
Series: Springer series in cognitive development.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Linda S Siegel; Frederick J Morrison
ISBN: 9781461250364 1461250366
OCLC Number: 852791079
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 184 pages).
Contents: 1 Reading Disability: A Deficit in Rule Learning? --
Word Recognition in Good and Poor Readers --
Sources of Phonological Coding Difficulties: Learning the Spelling-to-Sound Rule System --
Rule Learning in Nonreading Tasks --
Conclusions --
References --
2 Information-Processing Approaches to Reading Disability --
Perceptual Hearing Deficits --
Partial-Information Hypothesis --
Benefits of an Information-Processing Approach --
Some Cautions in Evaluating Reading-Deficit Hypotheses --
Accounting for Other Literature --
Size of Effects --
Conclusion --
References --
3 Psycholinguistic Aspects of Reading Disabilities --
Definition of Reading Disability --
Linguistic Skills and Reading --
Conclusions --
References --
4 Language Comprehension and Cognitive Disorder in Autism --
Studies of Comprehension in Persons with Autism --
Relationship Between Language Comprehension and Other Behaviors --
Theories of Cognitive Dysfunction in Autism --
Overview and Conclusions --
References --
5 Cognitive Development in Autistic Children --
A Theoretical Framework for Autism --
Methodological Considerations --
Cognitive Development in Autistic Children --
Final Considerations --
References --
6 Temperament and Attention as Components of a Transactional Approach to Development: Implications for Research and Clinical Services for the Atypical Child --
Reductionism: Its Limitations as a Basis for Research and Clinical Approaches to the Atypical Child --
The Transactional Model --
Temperament and Attention: Neurobehavioral Modulators of Learning --
An Integrated Clinical Model of Learning and Behavior --
Summary and Implications --
References --
7 Atypical Infant Development: Interacting Neurological and Environmental Factors --
Historical Foundation --
Neurological Integrity --
The Roles of Nature and Nurture --
Conclusion --
References --
Author Index.
Series Title: Springer series in cognitive development.
Responsibility: edited by Linda S. Siegel, Frederick J. Morrison.

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