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Introduction to exceptional children.

Harry J. Baker

Introduction to exceptional children.

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed., 1953.

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Open LibraryOL21210287M

Temperament, family history of psychiatric disorder and neurologic disorders or deficits are biological contributing factors. References American Psychiatric Association Samuel Orton was active in Introduction to exceptional children. book field as well, and suggested in the s, along with Lee Edward Travis, that speech disorders generally and stuttering in particular were analogous to dyslexia, and resulted from failure to establish cerebral hemispheric dominance. Rohnert Park, CA. Impairment refers to reduction or loss of function or ability, and can be produced by multiple causes ranging from amputation to intoxication. Hippocrates felt around BCE that the behavioral abnormalities and seizures that often attended retardation were due to brain disease rather than supernatural causes, but it was not until the 1st century BCE that Soranus of Ephesus founded a hospital for mental disorders where the retarded were also housed.

The Romans often allowed brain-injured children to die of exposure, but the retarded children of the wealthy had property rights and were generally entrusted to guardians Harris, William L. Some commentators have suggested that Peter and Victor, the wild boys discussed earlier, may have been autistic rather than retarded. Children with intellectual disability currently make up about 10 per cent of service recipients, equally divided between genetic, environmental and obscure causes. Communication disorders account for about 18 per cent of the educational services received by children. Even the price of a book is so affordable many people are really stingy to set aside their money to buy the books.

Neuropsychiatry of learning disabilities. Special education is an ongoing story of people-of exceptional children, of the families of children with special needs, and of the teachers who work with them. You must be logged into Bookshare to access this title. Beadle-Brown, J. The history of attention deficit disorder.


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