Cognition in Special Children

Cognition in Special Children

Comparative Approaches to Retardation, Learning Disabilities, and Giftedness

Book - 1987
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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 account for performance and processes variability among retarded, learning disabled, and gifted children; and to advance the analaysis of quantative versus qualitative differences in cognition by focusing on more extreme contrasts than have traditionally been examined in the developmental literature.

Publisher: Norwood, N.J. : Ablex Pub. Corp., c1987
ISBN: 9780893912963
Characteristics: viii, 244 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Day, Jeanne D.
Borkowski, John G. 1938-


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