Mental Retardation: The Developmental-Difference Controversy

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retrieval, for example--and that the deficit may reside in any one of these. The short-term memory deficit hypothesis has been reformulated by the author. This revised position along with relevant empirical results have been presented in Volume 4 of the International Review of Research in Mental Retardation.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I wish to thank Doug Detterman, Jeanne Dugas, and Paul S. Siegel for critically reading this manuscript.


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