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Studies of the communication processes of retarded and normal males

Author: Thomas C Lovitt
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : School of Education, University of Kansas, [1966?]
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Lovitt, Thomas C.
Studies of the communication processes of retarded and normal males.
[s.l.] : School of Education, University of Kansas, [1966?]
(OCoLC)551443925
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas C Lovitt
OCLC Number: 3432644
Description: 40 leaves : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Operant preference of retarded and normal males for rate of narration --
Oral reading, silent reading, and speaking rates of normal and retarded males.
Responsibility: Thomas C. Lovitt.

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