Introduction to programs for educationally handicapped pupils emphasis: minimal cerebral dysfunction by Donald Mahler

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Published by Education and Information Committee, California Association for Neurologically Handicapped Children in Sacramento, Calif .

Written in English

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  • Children with mental disabilities -- Education,
  • Emotional problems of children

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Bibliography: p. 79-102.

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Other titlesMinimal cerebral dysfunction.
StatementDon Mahler.
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Paginationix, 102 p. ;
Number of Pages102
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Open LibraryOL13578365M

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