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Social Interaction Deficits in Learning Disabled Adolescents - Another Myth?

Deshler, D.D., Schumaker, J.B., Alley, G.R., Warner, M.M., & Clark, F.L. (1981). Social interaction deficits in learning disabled adolescents—Another myth? In W.M. Cruickshank & A.A. Silver (Eds.), Bridges to tomorrow: Vol. 2. The best of ACLD (pp. 57-65). Syracuse, NJ: Syracuse University Press.

Topic: Social Skills
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: A major research priority has been to study adolescents with LD in relation to low-achieving peers as well as normal achieving peers on variables such as peer relationships and extracurricular involvement, interactions with peers, regular class teacher perception, social skills related to occupational success, social skills in young adult populations, and the training of social skills.

 

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