Implications of the Developmental Neuropsychological Perspective for Assessing, Preventing, and Remediating Reading and Writing Disabilities
We should not get in the habit of
thinking that the organization of the
brain is something innate and fixed
in time. Teaching does reprogram
the brain. It provides new
organization, information flow, and
temporal patterns. The fact that
individuals differ in brain processes
should not necessarily be thought to
imply such differences are
-- Michael Posner ( 1979, p. 340)
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Publication information: Book title: Reading and Writing Acquisition:A Developmental Neuropsychological Perspective. Contributors: Virginia Wise Berninger - Author. Publisher: Westview Press. Place of publication: Boulder, CO. Publication year: 1996. Page number: 153.
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