An analysis of learning efficiency in arithmetic of mentally retarded children in comparison with children of average and high intelligence: Herbert J. Klausmeier, director, John Feldhausen, assistant director, John Check, research associate. Research ... performed pursuant to a contract wit with the United States Office of Education, Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare
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01 level 5-minute retention measure 6-week retention acquisition and 5-minute acquisition and retention ACQUISITION SCORES ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE analysis of variance arithmetic achievement arithmetic learning average and high average IQ children boys and girls carpal age children of low classroom correlations between acquisition COVARIANCE FOR ACQUISITION difference among means Educational Psychology equal or exceed Girls Boys Girls handwriting high intelligence high IQ boys high IQ children high IQ groups hypothesis integration of self-concept IQ child IQ girls IQ level Klausmeier language achievement level of physical low IQ children low IQ group mean age mean scores mentally retarded minuend minutes months of age pennies permanent teeth problem psychologists ratings reading achievement relation to capacity relearning researchers retention group retention scores SCORES THE COVARIATE shown in Table significant difference sociometric strength of grip task is graded task levels three IQ groups transfer group uneven physical development weight within-child variability