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Learning performance of retarded and normal children

G. Orville Johnson

Learning performance of retarded and normal children

by G. Orville Johnson

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Learning, Psychology of.

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    StatementG. Orville Johnson, Kathryn A. Blake.
    SeriesSpecial education and rehabilitation monograph series ;, 5.
    ContributionsBlake, Kathryn A., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1051 .J58 1977
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 216 p. ;
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4553318M
    ISBN 100837197252
    LC Control Number77022852

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    the performance of mentally retarded language disordered and normal children on the verbal comprehension task. Both groups of children performed best on the possessive, next on the agent-object, then actor-action, and poorest on the locative relations. Finally, nonsense.   School children in iodine-deficient areas show poorer school performance, lower IQs and a higher incidence of learning disabilities than matched groups from iodine-sufficient areas. One review of 18 studies concluded that iodine deficiency alone lowered mean IQ scores in children by points.

    Mental Retardation Definition Mental retardation is a developmental disability that first appears in children under the age of It is defined as an intellectual functioning level (as measured by standard tests for intelligence quotient) that is well below average and significant limitations in daily living skills (adaptive functioning). Description. A learning disability (LD) is a life-long neurobiological disorder that causes a person to have difficulty receiving, storing, processing, and producing information- in spite of average ability. Low ability refers to a person with a lower Intelligence Quotient (IQ) or ability score .


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Learning performance of retarded and normal children by G. Orville Johnson Download PDF EPUB FB2

This monograph reports the findings of four separate but related studies of the comparative learning performance of retarded and normal children. Using intellectually retarded and normal subjects of similar mental age, the investigators examined their performance in situations involving direct learning, retention, and transfer of learning.

Get this from a library. Learning performance of retarded and normal children. [G Orville Johnson; Kathryn A Blake] -- "The present monograph is an outgrowth of two separate, but related, programs of research conducted in the Department of Special Education at Syracuse University.

One was directed by G.O. Johnson and. Learning performance of retarded and normal children (Syracuse University. Special education and rehabilitation monograph series) by Johnson, George Orville Ex-Library copy with typical library marks and stamps.

Dust jacket missing. Cover and binding are worn but intact. A reading copy in fair condition. The text block includes extensive tables and figures to supplement the Rating: % positive. Learning, Speech and Thought in the Mentally Retarded The final chapter explores language delay and language deviation in mentally retarded children.

Throughout the book, the focus is on language: its nature, its development in the constitutionally normal and handicapped, some theoretical controversies among experts in this field, and the. This volume address the similarities and differences in the cognitive processes that characterize children at the extremes of human talent.

Its purpose is to assess the adequacy with which theories derived for normal children also Learning performance of retarded and normal children book for performance and processes variability among retarded, learning disabled, and gifted children; and to advance the analaysis of quantative versus Cited by: E.

Discipline for the retarded child is little different from the normal child except that the retarded child will learn more slowly and will need more help and frequent reminders.

A busy, happy child is usually a well behaved child and if kept occupied will be much easier to control. Be consistent. Approximately 63% of these special education children have specific learning disabilities or speech and language problems without a concomitant physical disability.

Between 28% and 43% of inmates in adult correctional facilities require special education (versus 5% in normal population), and 82% of prison inmates in the United States are school. The Mentally Retarded and Their Vocational Rehabilitation: A Resource Handbook New York: National Association for Retarded Children, Inc., Frampton and Gall Special Education for the Exceptional, Vol.

III Boston: Porter Sargent,$ Francis, Robert J., and Rarick, G. Lawrence Motor Characteristics of the Mentally Retarded. Specific learning disability (SpLD) is a group of neurodevelopmental disorders manifesting as persistent difficulties in learning to efficiently read (dyslexia), write (dysgraphia) or perform mathe-matical calculations (dyscalculia) despite normal intelligence, conventional schooling, intact hearing and vision, adequate motivation and socio.

Autism is a serious psychological disorder with onset in early childhood. Autistic children show minimal emotional attachment, absent or abnormal speech, retarded IQ, ritualistic behaviors, aggression, and self-injury.

The prognosis is very poor, and medical therapies have not proven effective. This article reports the results of behavior modification treatment for two groups of similarly Cited by:   In her book, Learning Disabilities from a Parent’s Perspective, author and parent Kim Glenchur does an excellent job of “demystifying” the process of psychoeducational testing.

Following is an excerpt from her book which clearly explains how to understand and interpret the scores that result from psychoeducational testing. Intellectual disability (ID), also known as general learning disability and mental retardation (MR), is a generalized neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by significantly impaired intellectual and adaptive is defined by an IQ un in addition to deficits in two or more adaptive behaviors that affect everyday, general living.

Once focused almost entirely on cognition Specialty: Psychiatry, pediatrics. Mental retardation is a blanket term for a pattern of persistently slow learning of basic motor and language milestones during childhood.

The adult manifests a below-normal intellectual capacity people have an intelligence quotient (IQ) of 70 or below. The authors of this book have taken great efforts to present the content in a well structured and organized manner starting from the concept of mental retardation to identification and intervention.

The concept of mental retardation, factors, causes and characteristics associated with mental retardation are delineated in detail in the first, and second s: 1.

Mental retardation is a term for a pattern of persistently slow learning of basic motor and language skills ("milestones") during childhood, and a significantly below-normal global intellectual. Young children usually write some letters backwards.

They might even write a word or an entire sentence as if in a mirror. This is often seen as an endearing temporary clumsiness, but actually, it is an extraordinary feat. First of all, because the children were never taught to write backwards — they learned it on their own.

Secondly, because Author: Mariano Sigman. Conceptualization of Success and Failure in Mentally Retarded and Normal Children Article in Journal of Personality 29(3) - April with 26 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Present Book Is An Introduction To Education Of Exceptional Children.

It Incorporates Modern Trends And Practices In The Identification, Assessment, Placement And Education Of Children With Special Needs Hearing Impaired, Visually Impaired, Mentally Retarded, Learning Disabled, Emotionally Disturbed, Socially Disadvantaged And Gifted Children And The Role Of The Regular Teacher In.

A chapter is devoted to the vocal communication in pre-verbal normal and autistic children. Another section focuses on the study of language impairments in severely retarded children.

The book can provide useful information to teachers, linguists, students, and researchers. background), and psychometric test performance. For a definite diagnosis of mental retardation, there should be reduced level of intellectual functioning resulting in diminished ability to adapt to the daily demands of the normal social Size: KB.

Social behaviors of mentally-retarded students in physical educ ation learning, Journal of Education 1 (02), UNESCO (). ICTs in Education for People with Disabilities: Review of.The idea that a learning disability can and should be distinguished from other known causes of learning problems (e.g., low intellectual ability, lack of opportunity to learn, poor teaching, emotional problems) has been challenged in the LD literature by those who suggest that students with learning disabilities and students with learning.Beveridge, M.

C., & Mittler, P. (). Feedback, language and listener performance in severely retarded children. British Journal of H. J. (). Associative learning in retarded and normal children as a function of task difficulty and meaningfulness.

() Language and Cognition in Mental Retardation. In: The Psychopathology of Author: Robert W. Rieber, Harold J. Vetter.