Monthly Archives: June 2013

Intervention Effects for Students With Comorbid Forms of Learning Disability: Understanding the Needs of Nonresponders

Journal of Learning Disabilities Lynn S. Fuchs, Douglas Fuchs and Donald L. Compton Abstract In this article, we considered evidence from our intervention research programs on whether students with learning disability (LD) in reading and mathematics (comorbid LD) respond differently … Continue reading

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Classification and Identification of Reading and Math Disabilities: The Special Case of Comorbidity

Journal of Learning Disabilities Lee Branum-Martin, Jack M. Fletcher and Karla K. Stuebing Abstract Much of learning disabilities research relies on categorical classification frameworks that use psychometric tests and cut points to identify children with reading or math difficulties. However, … Continue reading

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Teacher Ratings of Three School Psychology Report Recommendation Styles

Canadian Journal of School Psychology 27(3) 258–273 © 2012 SAGE Publications Barry Mallin, Jaga Beimcik, and Lisa Hopfner Abstract Educators are primary consumers of information provided in school psychology reports. There is disagreement in the literature as to whether teachers … Continue reading

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A Modified Content Analysis of Existing School Psychology Reports

Canadian Journal of School Psychology 27(3) 243–257 © 2012 SAGE Publications Barry Mallin, Miriam E. Schellenberg,and Christiane Smith Discrepancies between our university’s training program’s report-writing guidelines and common practice in Manitoba could not be resolved by reference to the literature. … Continue reading

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