Janel Miller

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This study examines the mathematical performance of 220 children from 8 years through 17 years of age diagnosed as having learning disabilities. Student records were searched for data indicating performance on standardized test instruments relating to mathematics. Data for the Woodcock-Johnson Psycho-Educational Achievement Battery math subtests and for the(More)
As part of a larger study, predictors of self-blame were investigated in a sample of 149 undergraduate sexual assault survivors. Each participant completed questionnaires regarding their preassault, peritraumatic, and postassault experiences and participated in an individual interview. Results confirmed the central hypothesis that, although several(More)
The 1986 position statement by the Board of Trustees fo the Council for Learning Disabilities called for a moratorium on the measurement and training of perceptual and perceptual-motor function as a part of services for children with learning disabilities (LD). Estimates in the literature, however, indicate that approximately 13% of children with LD exhibit(More)
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