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ERIC Number: EJ178130
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Publication Date: 1978
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Why Many Placed Children Have Learning Disabilities
Silin, Marilyn Winograd
Child Welfare, 57, 4, 243-8, Apr 78
Presents illustrations of learning difficulties typical of placed children. The first section outlines Kohut's theory of narcissism and its implications for an understanding of placed children, with special reference to conflicts in school. The second focuses on characteristics of impulse-ridden children, and the third discusses some common defenses. (BR)
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