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Learning Disabilities in Adolescent and Adult Populations: Research Implications (Part II)

Alley, G.R., Deshler, D.D., Clark, F.L., Schumaker, J.B., & Warner, M.M. (1983). Learning disabilities in adolescent and adult populations: Research implications (Part II). Focus on Exceptional Children, 15 (9), 1-16.

Topic: Characteristics of Adolescents with Learning Disabilities
Subcategory: Big Picture/Research
Summary: Based on an epidemiological study, characteristics of generalization, motivation, and social skills in adolescents and adults with learning disabilities are examined, and the educational implications for each are presented.

 

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