The effect of variations in language achievement on mental test performance of mentally retarded children
Hemenway, Robert Eugene
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Purpose of the Study This project was designed to investigate certain selected relationships between language achievement and mental test performance of mentally retarded children in public school special classes. First, language achievement and mental ability were measured and studied separately; second, language achievement and mental ability were compared and interrelationships studied; third, language achievement and mental ability were investigated and studied, using a non-verbal or performance test criterion [TRUNCATED]
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