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ERIC Number: ED017114
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
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THE EXCEPTIONAL INDIVIDUAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS. PRENTICE-HALL PSYCHOLOGY SERIES.
SAWREY, JAMES M.; TELFORD, CHARLES W.
INTENDED AS A SURVEY COURSE FOR USE AT THE UPPER DIVISION OR GRADUATE LEVEL. THIS TEXT LOOKS AT EXCEPTIONALITY FROM A CULTURAL FRAME OF REFERENCE AND CONSIDERS THE PSYCHOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, AND ADULTS. PART ONE, AN INTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONALITY, CONTAINS CHAPTERS ON THE GENERAL TOPICS OF BASIC PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS, SOMATO-PSYCHOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS, CARE AND EDUCATION OF THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD, AND FAMILY AND PERSONAL PROBLEMS OF EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE. PARTS TWO THROUGH FIVE CONTAIN CHAPTERS ABOUT THE INTELLECTUALLY SUPERIOR, CREATIVITY, THE MENTALLY RETARDED, BORDERLINE INTELLIGENCE, THE MILDLY MENTALLY RETARDED, THE SEVERLY MENTALLY RETARDED, THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED, THE AURALLY HANDICAPPED, THE ORTHOPEDICALLY HANDICAPPED, THE EPILEPTIC, SPEECH HANDICAPS, SOCIAL DEVIANCE, AND THE CULTURALLY DISADVANTAGED. REFERENCE LISTS FOLLOW EACH CHAPTER. THIS DOCUMENT WAS PUBLISHED BY PRENTICE-HALL, ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NEW JERSEY 07632, AND IS AVAILABLE FOR $7.95. (DF)
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