• Home
  • The Role of Executive Control: An Epidemiological Study of School-Identified Learning Disabled and Low-Achieving Adolescents on a Serial Recall Task

The Role of Executive Control: An Epidemiological Study of School-Identified Learning Disabled and Low-Achieving Adolescents on a Serial Recall Task

Warner, M.M., Schumaker, J.B., Alley, G.R., & Deshler, D.D. (1989). The role of executive control: An epidemiological study of school-identified learning disabled and low-achieving adolescents on a serial recall task. Learning Disabilities Research, 4(2), 107-118.

Topic: Characteristics of Adolescents with Learning Disabilities
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Descriptive research is used to compare 154 students with learning disabilities to 161 students with low achievement on a word memory task using four dependent measures.

 

Go back to the Research main page.


Follow KUCRL 

 

Countdown to

48 nationally ranked graduate programs.
—U.S. News & World Report
Pharmacy school No. 2 nationally for NIH funding
Hall Center receives 3rd NEH challenge grant to support humanities research collaboration
Regional leader in technology commercialization
12 graduate programs rank in top 10 nationally among public universities.
—U.S. News & World Report
KU Today