A number of procedures characteristic of the neurophysical approach to learning problems were employed in the Rialto Unified School District. This study was undertaken to determine the feasibility of their use in the public school setting.
The results of the investigation indicated that:
- The practices may be employed in public schools.
- School administrators gave support for the program.
- School personnel either are or may be trained to carry out the procedures.
- Chronological age appears to have little expected to be extensive.
- Cooperation from the home cannot be expected to be extensive.
- Further study should be given to public school uses of procedures oriented to the neurophysical approach.
Areas to be considered for further investigation are also indicated.
Kenneth R. Lutz
Guy M. Hunt
Deryck R. Kent
W. Fletcher Tarr
Master of Science (MS)
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Library of Congress/MESH Subject Headings
Learning Disorders; Neurophysiology
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Zelman, Betty M., "The Feasibility of Employing a Neurophysiological Approach to Learning Disabilities in the Public School" (1965). Loma Linda University Electronic Theses, Dissertations & Projects. 557.
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