By Robert W. Rieber, Harold J. Vetter
In this article, the authors assessment the final twenty-five years of development in learn and thought on language and conversation within the psychopathological context. in addition they determine promising avenues for destiny examine. this article is going to gain scholars taking classes in psycholinguistics.
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H]andicapping conditions appear in a frequency higher than in the average general popUlation. Motor development is relatively normal. Eye-hand coordination is somewhat retarded below normal expectancy. (p. 5) Stevens suggests that carefully structured educational programs may help in the development of social and communication skills: The mildly mentally retarded can also profit from systematic training in arts and crafts and arithmetic at the elementary education level. They are incapable of completing secondary school requirements although many can participate in a special class program located in a secondary school.
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