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factorial study of educable retarded children.

Joseph P. Herard

factorial study of educable retarded children.

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Published by Catholic University of America Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Personality.,
  • Children with mental disabilities.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF723.P4 H4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 58 p.
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5838464M
    LC Control Number61045613
    OCLC/WorldCa9567807

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Behavior problems exhibited by the educable mentally retarded student have been documented. EMR students exhibit behavior problems more frequently than do normal populations (Garfield, ).

Rutter and Hemming () found that educable mentally retarded children were more fearful, miserable, irritable, and fidgety than their normal peers. A factorial study of unstructured ward behaviors.

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Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 4(3), Page Share Cite. Suggested The National Academies Press. Results: Overall mean score obtained from the study indicates that there was a parental negative attitude towards children with mental retardation, and there is a positive correlation of.

Full text of "ERIC ED The Effect of Special Class Placement on the Self-Concept-of-Ability of the Educable Mentally Retarded other formats. INTELLIGENCE 1, () Semantic and Acoustic Processing in Free and Cued Recall by Educable Mentally Retarded Adolescents* HARVEY H. MAR and LARAINE MASTERS GLIDDEN Teachers College, Columbia University The abilities of educable mentally retarded adolescents to encode and retrieve words with semantic and acoustic cues were investigated Cited by: 4.

INTELLIGE () Wechsler Subtest Patterns of Mentally Retarded Groups: Relationship to g and to Estimates of Heritability HERMAN H. SPITZ E.R. Johnstone Training and Research Center From a survey of published data on the Wechsler subtest performance of primarily mild and borderline mentally retarded persons, protocols from individuals Cited by: Four groups of mentally retarded children () were selected from public school and institutional classes.

Two groups (trainable and educable) represented public school classes and institutional classes. During the 5-month pilot study all groups were observed and their behavior was noted for a 1-minute free play period.

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In this article, we review alternative conceptions of intelligence and their implications for education. First, we consider the basic question of just what intelligence is. Because no single universally accepted view exists, we compare and evaluate three major views of intelligence: the psychometric, the Piagetian, and the by: Mental retardation Definition.

Mental retardation is a developmental disability that first appears in children under the age of It is defined as an intellectual functioning level (as measured by standard tests for intelligence quotient) that is well below average and significant limitations in daily living skills (adaptive functioning).

Description. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 Buttonwood Farms Inc., * SITKO, M. & SEMMEL, M. Effects of phrasal cueing on free recall of educable mentally retarded and non-retarded children.

^ American Educfftlenal Research Journal. g, The study investigated the basic concept attainment of 45 primary-level educable mentally handicapped (EMH) children who had been exposed to two to three years of classroom instruction.

The study documented that primary-level EMH children have significant deficits in their understanding of the Boehm basic concepts. In the case of mentally retarded children, however, the conceptualization problem may be permanent.

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University of Georgia, Dissertation. Sethu, Rao, & Bhaskaran, C. Applications of sociometric techniques in identifying opinion leaders in two south indian villages: a methodological study. To examine the adaptive behaviour of educable children with ID and its relationship with the diagnosis of ID as a two-dimensional concept A 2 × 3 × 3 × 2 factorial ANOVA design incorporated the independent variables of race, sex, IQ, Cited by: 1.

Wing, S. A study of children whose reported self-concept differs from classmates' evaluation of them (Doctoral dissertation). University of Oregon, Eugene. Wolf, T. Measures of deviant behavior, activity level, and self-concept for educable mentally retarded-emotionally disturbed students.

Psychological Reports, 48, Childs, R. A study of the adaptive behavior of retarded children and the resultant effects of this use in the diagnosis of mental retardation.

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This chapter begins with a simple question: What is mental illness. After a brief review of the phenomenology and epidemiology, the authors address a question relevant to stigma: Do the problems that seemingly arise from stigma actually represent the results of prejudice, or a "normal" response to eccentric or dangerous behavior of people with mental illness.

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Kesler E. Buford, Jr. The Effects of Music Training Program on the Social Development of Severely and Profoundly Retarded Children from Grades One Through Three.

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To our wonderful families—Marta, Juan, and Carlos; John and Kaitlyn. You're the greatest. With immense affection, Richard and Lisa. To all children and youth of color in the United States, we hope that this book encourages society to view your intellectual capabilities as unlimited.

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On a positive note, Adler believed that, compared to others their age, only children tend to be more mature, feel more comfortable around adults and.

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