Country of Origin: United States
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Author: William M. Cruickshank, and Daniel P. Hallahan
Perceptual and Learning Disabilities in Children
Vol. 1 Psychoeducational practices
Vol 2 Research and Theory
William M. Cruickshank, and Daniel P. Hallahan
The two volumes of this landmark publication are designed to contribute to a more precise understanding of the term ''learning disability'' and to provide the most extensive presentation possible of available knowledge about learning disabilities in children. Volume 1 focuses on the range of educational methods, materials, and techniques that have proven effective, and the findings that underlie their use. Volume 2 presents the results of research related to the learning problems of childen, providing authoritative coverage of normal and abnormal child development.
Syracuse University Press, 1975. ISBN 0-8156-2156-5 and 0-8156-2166-3. Hard cover, with dust jacket, 6-1/4 inches wide by 9-1/4 inches tall, 496 pages.
Ex-school library, with pocket inside back, stamps, etc. Dust jacket has wear to edges, and some tears. A few pages of Volume 1 have light corner creasing. Books are clean and firmly bound.
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