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The Resource Treatment of hyperactive and learning disordered children : current research : [proceedings], edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker

Treatment of hyperactive and learning disordered children : current research : [proceedings], edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker

Label
Treatment of hyperactive and learning disordered children : current research : [proceedings]
Title
Treatment of hyperactive and learning disordered children
Title remainder
current research : [proceedings]
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
618.9/28/588
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RJ506.L4
LC item number
I57 1978
Literary form
non fiction
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/meetingDate
1978
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/meetingName
International Conference on the Treatment of Hyperactive and Learning Disordered Children
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
WS 350.8.H9
NLM item number
T784 1978
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Knights, Robert M
  • Bakker, Dirk J
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Learning disabled children
  • Hyperactive children
  • Learning disabilities
  • Hyperkinesis
  • Hyperkinesis
  • Learning Disorders
  • Child
  • Infant
  • Apprentissage, Troubles de l'
  • Enfants hyperactifs
Label
Treatment of hyperactive and learning disordered children : current research : [proceedings], edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Scientific Affairs Division, the Pickering Fund, and Carleton University
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Betty Jo Schenck ... [et al.]
  • Part II. Self-control techniques
  • Psychoeducational training with aggressive boys
  • Bonnie W. Camp
  • Higher mental processes in hyperactive children : implications for training
  • Virginia I. Douglas
  • Nonspecific interventions with learning disabled individuals
  • R.O. Pihl, M. Parkes, R. Stevens
  • Part III. Diet Manipulation
  • Artificial colors in the diet and disruptive behavior : current status of research
  • Part I. Early identification and prevention
  • C. Keith Conners
  • Food additives and hyperactivity in children : experimental investigations
  • J. Preston Harley and Charles G. Matthews
  • Artificial color and hyperactive behavior
  • James M. Swanson and Marcel Kinsbourne
  • Diet treatment for hyperactive children with food allergies
  • Ronald L. Trites, Helen Tryphonas, H. Bruce Ferguson
  • Part IV. Drug treatment
  • Drug effects on learning performance : relevance of animal research to pediatric psychopharmacology
  • Robert L. Sprague and Barry D. Berger
  • An interdisciplinary model for the prevention of learning disability
  • Differential effects of dextroamphetamine on language performance in hyperactive and normal boys
  • Christy L. Ludlow ... [et al.]
  • Evaluation of symptomatic treatment of hyperactive behavior by stimulant drugs
  • Marcel Kinsbourne and James M. Swanson
  • The parent-child interactions of hyperactive children and their modification by stimulant drugs
  • Russell A. Barkley and Charles E. Cunningham
  • The effects of methylphenidate dosage on school and home behavior of the hyperactive child
  • Roy Halliday ... [et al.]
  • Predicting the response of hyperactive children to ritalin : an empirical study
  • H. Bruce Ferguson and Ronald L. Trites
  • Archie A. Silver and Rosa A. Hagin
  • Part V. Language-training techniques
  • The relationship of language development to individual differences in cognitive performance among high activity level children
  • Corinne J. Weithorn
  • The role of reinforcement, mode of presentation, and type of sentence in the training of verbal imitation
  • Udo B. Brack
  • Attentional style, linguistic complexity, and the treatment of reading dificulty
  • E. Neville Brown
  • A communication model for assessing and treating language disorders
  • Marion Blank
  • Part VI. Special training techniques
  • Early identification and compensatory interaction
  • Behavioral treatment for hyperactive children
  • Susan G. O'Leary and K. Daniel O'Leary
  • Memory deficits and memory training in learning disorders
  • Cesare Cornoldi
  • An evaluation of the effectiveness of four perceptual-motor training programs
  • Jacques Hammes
  • Part VII. Theoretical approaches
  • Motor activities and the remediation of learning disorders
  • J.G. Jones
  • Learning to read : a task analysis and subsequent training
  • K. Wedell
  • A.J.C. Struiksma
  • Dyslexia and perception
  • Jaroslav Sturma and Zdenek Zlab
  • An overview of research relating to the etiology of interactional deficits in the learning disabled
  • Doreen Kronick
  • Function analysis of reading and writing behavior : a methodological approach to improved research in reading disability
  • Hans-Jorgen Gjessing
  • A prevention model for children at risk for reading failuer
Control code
5264217
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xix, 419 pages
Lccn
79018950
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)5264217
Label
Treatment of hyperactive and learning disordered children : current research : [proceedings], edited by Robert M. Knights and Dirk J. Bakker
Publication
Note
Sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Scientific Affairs Division, the Pickering Fund, and Carleton University
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Betty Jo Schenck ... [et al.]
  • Part II. Self-control techniques
  • Psychoeducational training with aggressive boys
  • Bonnie W. Camp
  • Higher mental processes in hyperactive children : implications for training
  • Virginia I. Douglas
  • Nonspecific interventions with learning disabled individuals
  • R.O. Pihl, M. Parkes, R. Stevens
  • Part III. Diet Manipulation
  • Artificial colors in the diet and disruptive behavior : current status of research
  • Part I. Early identification and prevention
  • C. Keith Conners
  • Food additives and hyperactivity in children : experimental investigations
  • J. Preston Harley and Charles G. Matthews
  • Artificial color and hyperactive behavior
  • James M. Swanson and Marcel Kinsbourne
  • Diet treatment for hyperactive children with food allergies
  • Ronald L. Trites, Helen Tryphonas, H. Bruce Ferguson
  • Part IV. Drug treatment
  • Drug effects on learning performance : relevance of animal research to pediatric psychopharmacology
  • Robert L. Sprague and Barry D. Berger
  • An interdisciplinary model for the prevention of learning disability
  • Differential effects of dextroamphetamine on language performance in hyperactive and normal boys
  • Christy L. Ludlow ... [et al.]
  • Evaluation of symptomatic treatment of hyperactive behavior by stimulant drugs
  • Marcel Kinsbourne and James M. Swanson
  • The parent-child interactions of hyperactive children and their modification by stimulant drugs
  • Russell A. Barkley and Charles E. Cunningham
  • The effects of methylphenidate dosage on school and home behavior of the hyperactive child
  • Roy Halliday ... [et al.]
  • Predicting the response of hyperactive children to ritalin : an empirical study
  • H. Bruce Ferguson and Ronald L. Trites
  • Archie A. Silver and Rosa A. Hagin
  • Part V. Language-training techniques
  • The relationship of language development to individual differences in cognitive performance among high activity level children
  • Corinne J. Weithorn
  • The role of reinforcement, mode of presentation, and type of sentence in the training of verbal imitation
  • Udo B. Brack
  • Attentional style, linguistic complexity, and the treatment of reading dificulty
  • E. Neville Brown
  • A communication model for assessing and treating language disorders
  • Marion Blank
  • Part VI. Special training techniques
  • Early identification and compensatory interaction
  • Behavioral treatment for hyperactive children
  • Susan G. O'Leary and K. Daniel O'Leary
  • Memory deficits and memory training in learning disorders
  • Cesare Cornoldi
  • An evaluation of the effectiveness of four perceptual-motor training programs
  • Jacques Hammes
  • Part VII. Theoretical approaches
  • Motor activities and the remediation of learning disorders
  • J.G. Jones
  • Learning to read : a task analysis and subsequent training
  • K. Wedell
  • A.J.C. Struiksma
  • Dyslexia and perception
  • Jaroslav Sturma and Zdenek Zlab
  • An overview of research relating to the etiology of interactional deficits in the learning disabled
  • Doreen Kronick
  • Function analysis of reading and writing behavior : a methodological approach to improved research in reading disability
  • Hans-Jorgen Gjessing
  • A prevention model for children at risk for reading failuer
Control code
5264217
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xix, 419 pages
Lccn
79018950
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)5264217

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