A study of the relationship between copying speed and copying memory and selected developmental and psychoeducational factors among students with learning problems



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The focus of this study was on the relationship between copying efficiency and specified developmental and psychoeducational factors in students with learning problems. Of specific interest were the speed and memory skills in both far and nearpoint situations that students employ when copying. The developmental nature of copying efficiency as well as the association between the subskills of copying and the copied product were explored. The total sample consisted of 100 males and 100 females who were administered a complete diagnostic battery at the Diagnostic Learning Center. The battery measured intelligence, achievement, visual and visual-motor processing. Age and grade were also reported. [...]



English language--Composition and exercises, Learning disabilities