ERIC Number: ED348791
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Striving for Excellence. The International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America (Atlanta, Georgia, March 4-7, 1992). Research Poster Session Abstract. Volume 1.
Russell, Steven C., Comp.
Eleven abstracts of research projects related to individuals with learning disabilities are compiled in this booklet. The research projects were presented in poster sessions at the March 1992 International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of America. Titles and authors of poster sessions include: "Perceptual and Verbal Skills of Disabled Readers in Grades 4-6" (Harold A. Sloan); "A Comprehensive Analysis of Neurocognitive Profiles in Six-to-Eight Year Old Children Referred for Evaluation following School Problems" (Carol A. Haake); "The Differential Prediction of Word Recognition and Reading Comprehension" (Sue P. Sears); "Using the Student Support Team Process To Help Students with Learning and Behavior Problems Succeed in School" (Mary Angela Delvin and others); "Mentoring and Collaboration To Improve Rural Service Delivery" (Steven C. Russell and others); "Regular Education Teachers' Adaptations in Instruction for Regular and Special Education Students" (Sharon Vaughn and others); "The Form and Substance of Secondary Resource Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities" (Robert G. McKenzie); "The MMPI-2 Profile of Adults with Learning Disabilities at a University and Rehabilitation Setting" (Noel Gregg and others); "Strategies for the Assessment of Behaviors and Attitudes That Inhibit Academic Success of Learning Disabled College Students" (Pamela Adelman and Susan A. Vogel); "CAP: Can We Afford Not To Know What It Is?" (Keith Joritz and others); "Oral and Written Expression of Culturally Variant LD Adolescents" (Peggy L. Anderson and Mary E. Cronin). (JDD)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Learning Disabilities Association of America, Pittsburgh, PA.