I Medical Aspects-Introduction.- 1. Medical Trends and Issues in Learning Disabilities.- 2. A Cohort Study of Special Educational Needs in Ten-Year-Olds in the United Kingdom.- 3. How Impaired are Children who Experience Persistent Bilateral Otitis Media with Effusion?.- 4. A Review of Current and Future Directions in Biomedical Research in Learning Disabilities.- II Some Psychological Issues-Introduction.- 5. Diagnosis for Learning in Children with Special Needs.- 6. Dissociation of Reading and Spelling Behavior.- 7. Visual Factors in Dyslexia: An Unresolved Issue.- 8. Some Clinical Aspects of the Dyslexia Phenomenon.- III Helping Learning Disabled School Children-Introduction.- 9. Issues in the Educational Programming for Learning Disabled Children.- 10. Behavioral Aspects of Educational Difficulties.- 11. Meeting Diverse Needs in the Classroom: The Barking Reading Project.- 12. Some Aspects of Classroom Behavior and Interactions of Slow Learning Pupils in the Junior School.- 13. Action Research for Dyslexic Pupils: Parents as Full Partners.- 14. The Writing to Read System and Reading Difficulties: Some Preliminary Observations.- IV Helping College Students and Adults-Introduction.- 15. Vocational Rehabilitation and Learning Disabilities: The Camel's Nose is Getting under the Edge of the Tent.- 16. Learning Disabled College Students: Identification, Assessment, and Outcomes.- 17. Programs and Problems in the Field of Adult Rehabilitation.- V Some National Perspectives-Introduction.- 18. The Danish Approach to Special Education.- 19. A Swiss Viewpoint of Neuropsychology and Special Education.- 20. The Specific Reading Difficulty versus Dyslexia Debate in the United Kingdom.- 21. Legasthenia in German Speaking Countries: Concept and Research in Reading-Writing Difficulties.- 22. The Study of Dyslexia in Czechoslovakia.- 23. Therapeutic Care of Children with Reading and Writing Difficulties in Poland.- Postscript.- Drake D. Duane and Che Kan Leong.
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