Long-Term Memory Problems in Children and Adolescents: Assessment, Intervention, and Effective Instruction

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Index

A
Academic history, 145–146
Academic learning and knowledge, 3, 28–29
Academic skills, 3
Accommodations for memory problems, 304
Achievement scales, 211–213, 221
Acquired brain injury, 94–99. See also traumatic brain injury
ADHD, 50, 84, 110–111, 120 assessment of children with, 111 interventions for children with, 111
Administration of memory tests, guidelines for, 157–159
Alzheimers, 260
Amnesia, 87–89
anterograde, 88–89
developmental, 113–114
DSM-IV criteria for, 87
post-traumatic, 91, 94–95, 258, 315
retrograde, 88–89
Amygdala, 67
Analysis of memory testing results worksheet, 163–168, 337
procedures for, 165–168
Analysis of test scores. See crossbattery analysis of test scores
Anoxia. See asphyxia
Aphasia, 108
ARROW strategy, 296
Articulatory loop, 17
Asphyxia, 100
Asthma medication, 107
At-risk children:
assessment of, 126–127
findings that apply to all, 123–126
intervention implications, 127–128
Attention, 36, 84
Auditory processing, 85
Autism, 111–112
Autobiographical memory, 28, 30–31. See also episodic memory
Axons, 60

B
Baddeley’s working memory model, 17–20, 23–24
Behaviors indicative of long-term memory problems, 150–151
Bilirubin, 100
Binding, 28
Bipolar disorder, 118

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