Perspectives on Dyslexia, Cognition, Language and Treatment
Wiley, May 11, 1990 - Psychology - 348 pages
An examination of the world-wide problem of dyslexia, in which experts from several disciplines present theory and latest research results dealing with this complex problem. It deals with both the neurophysiological basis and psychoanalytic interpretations.
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Conceptualization Symptomatology and Diagnostic Criteria
Dr J H L Oud University of Nijmegen Nijmegen The Netherlands
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