Children Who Cannot Read: The Analysis of Reading Disabilities and the Use of Diagnostic Tests in the Instruction of Retarded Readers

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INDEX
Ackerson, Luton, vii, 5, 92, 98
Age-grade scale, 189
Anderson, M., and Kelley, M., 80, 82, 100,103,104
Aphasia, 71, 81, 173
Arithmetic, 12, 13
Attention, 113
Auditory acuity, 95, 106
aspects of reading, 106
discrimination, 93, 94, 106, 107
learning, 95
Word-Discrimination Test, 198
Ayres Spelling Scale, 188
Behavior problems, 102, 110
Behavior Research Fund, vii, 1
Braille, 128
Carr, H. A., 91, 113
Chronological age, 8, 9
distributions of, 3, 4
Comfort, F. D., 83
Comprehension, 136
Conceptual aspects of reading, 108
Concert-reading method, 133, 134
Consonants, 35, 45, 116
COntext, 126, 132
Dearborn, W. F., 83
Durrell, D. D., 69
Educational profiles, 111
of children having average intelligence, 23
of children having inferior intelligence, 25
of children having superior intelligence, 18
showing discrepancies between the reading skills, 29
use of, in selecting cases, 33
Emotional aspects of reading, 105, 110
Environmental factors in reading, 100
Errors; see Reading errors and Profile of errors
Eyedness; see Hand-and-eye preferences
Fernald, G., and Keller, H., 116
Gates, A. I., 94, 116
Gray, W. S., viii, 116
Gray's Oral Reading Paragraphs, 6, 18, 34, 182
Group instruction, 154-56
Haggerty Reading Examination, 6, 18, 183
Hand-and-eye preferences
and directional responses, 84
and mirror-reading, 88
and mirror-writing, 88
ratio of facility of the two hands, 90
and reading defects, 85
and reversals, 86
tests for determining, 84, 200
Handedness, change of, 89
Head, H., 81
Hemianopsia, 106
Hinshelwood, J., 81
Individual instruction, 114
Institute for Juvenile Research, vii, 1, 2, 80, 92, 99, 101, 137, 138
Intelligence quotients
distributions of, 3, 5
and reading indices, 17
Iota Word Test, 7, 18, 34, 183
Jenkins, R. L.; see Thurstone, L. L.
Kelley, M.; see Anderson, M.
Kelley, Truman, 51
Kuhlmann-Binet Test, 4, 182
Lashley, K. S., 81, 82
Left-handedness; see also Hand-and-eye preferences
among parents and siblings, 89
Manual-tracing method, 119, 120
Meaning, 99, 108
Mental age, 10, 11
distributions of, 3, 4
Methodological factors in reading, 101, 109
Mirror-reading; see also Hand-and-eye
preferences
test for, 196

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