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Learning Disabilities

Neurological Bases, Clinical Features and Strategies of Intervention

Learning disabilities are a heterogeneous group of disorders characterized by failure to acquire, retrieve, or use information competently. They are the most severe and chronic form of learning difficulty in children. They can be present at birth or acquired as a result of illness, exposure to toxins, poor nutrition, medical treatment, sociocultural deprivation, or injury. Learning problems typically consist in failure to acquire reading, writing, or math skills, which are traditionally considered core domains. This book explores the epidemiology, neurobiological bases, and diagnostic tools necessary for a comprehensive assessment of children with learning disabilities. It also presents examples of children with specific learning disabilities and explains possible intervention strategies.

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Learning DisabilitiesNeurological Bases, Clinical Features and Strategies of InterventionEdited by Sandro Misciagna

Published: June 17th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.86684

ISBN: 978-1-83880-839-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-83880-838-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83880-840-2

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Concepts and Ambiguities in the Field of Learning Disabilities

By Maria Tzouriadou

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2. The Prevalence and Gender Differences in Specific Learning Disorder

By Işık Görker

104

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3. Neural Correlates in Learning Disabilities

By Misciagna Sandro

32

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4. Identifying and Remediating Dyslexia in Kindergarten and the Foundation Year

By Diane Montgomery

88

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5. The Heterogeneity of Reading-Related Difficulties in Chinese

By Connie Suk-Han Ho, Edmond Hong-Kei Cheung and Jocelyn Ching-Yan Kwok

78

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6. Students with Mathematics Learning Disabilities and Their Ways of Thinking in Fraction Learning

By Suprih Widodo and Trisno Ikhwanudin

121

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7. ADHD as a Specific Cause for Learning Disability

By Nada Pop-Jordanova

106

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8. Developmental Dyscalculia: Nosological Status and Cognitive Underpinnings

By Ricardo Moura, Suzane Garcia and Júlia Beatriz Lopes-Silva

121

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9. Learning Disabilities in Children with Autism

By Ingrid Ya I Sun, Ana Carolina Martins Cortez and Fernanda Dreux Miranda Fernandes

94

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10. Contradictions around Inter-collegial Collaboration Regarding Differentiated Assessment for Pupils with Dyslexia in Greek State Secondary Schools

By Maria Rontou

52

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11. The Child with Learning Difficulties and His Writing: A Study of Case

By Edgardo Domitilo Gerardo Morales

130

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12. Transition Possibilities for Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities into Adulthood

By Rakgadi Grace Malapela and Gloria Thupayagale-Tshweneagae

77

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13. Speech Therapy Work with Children Having Specific Language Impairment: Algorithms and Personalization

By Tatiana Volodarovna Tumanova and Tatiana Borisovna Filicheva

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