C A Stone
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We have studied the organization of receptive fields of ganglion cells in the isolated mouse retina and have shown that the organization is similar to that of the cat. Based upon responses to… Continue Reading
In response to the six commentaries on my analysis of the value of the scaffolding metaphor, I attempt to highlight common themes and revisit arguments for and against the utility of the metaphor.
Three groups of children were exposed to instances of a novel morpheme under controlled experimental conditions. The performance of 32 children with specific language impairment (SLI), aged 5:0 to… Continue Reading
A group of 26 adolescents with learning disabilities (Grades 9 through 12), their parents, and their special education teachers were asked to rate the students' skills in each of 21 specific areas… Continue Reading
1. We examined the receptive field properties of retinal ganglion cells in the isolated, superfused retinae of spastic mutant mice (B6C3Fe-spa/spa) that did not have the retinal degeneration (rd)… Continue Reading
In a design modeled after that of Connell and Stone (1992), two alternative instructional conditions (Modeling and Imitation) were used to teach a novel morpheme to a group of 21 children with… Continue Reading
Psychoanalysis is a practice that claims to be open to all aspects of the human experience, but which has traditionally been closed to the domain of spirituality except as a defensive posture. My own… Continue Reading
Over the past 20 years, an increasing number of psychologists and educators have used the notion of scaffolding as a metaphor for the process by which adults (and more knowledgeable peers) guide… Continue Reading
Two groups of children were exposed to instances of a nonlinguistic conceptual rule under controlled instructional conditions to determine whether the problems children with specific language… Continue Reading