Quantitative and qualitative analyses of exogenous and endogenous children in some reading processes: December 1, 1956-November 30, 1957
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Studies Comparing Reading Achievement
Comparison of Chronological Ages Mental Ages
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05 level 20 decibels addition of sounds addition of words auditory techniques average reading grade background responses better readers brain injured California Achievement Tests Comparison differ significantly Endogenous Exogenous Endogenous endogenous group endogenous mentally handicapped Endogenous N 29 endogenous subjects error-types exogenous and endogenous Exogenous Endogenous Exogenous F ratio faulty consonants faulty vowels Gray Oral Reading greater than 05 intelligence quotients Keystone Visual Survey level of probability mean average reading mean grade mean number mental age mentally handicapped subjects mentally retarded months Newark State School number of errors omission of sounds omission of words oral reading achievement Oral Reading Paragraphs pattern of reading poorer readers Rain classification system range reading capital reading errors reading grade scores Reading Paragraphs Test reading process refusals and words repetition of words retarded group Riggs and Rain Significant at less significantly from endogenous silent reading achievement Stanford-Binet Tests substitution of words t-test Table tachistoscopically visual perception techniques