Mick Grimley

Mike McLinden1
Swinburne Research Bank1
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Previous research has shown that, on average, children with low vision lag their sighted peers in general reading development (in terms of speed, accuracy and comprehension). This study sought to examine this apparent lag by comparing the reading profiles of 25 normally sighted readers (mean age 8 years 8 months) with 25 low vision readers. The children(More)
  • Swinburne Research Bank, Grimley, Mick Grimley, Gloria Banner
  • 2010
This study investigates the interplay of working memory, cognitive style and behaviour. Year 8 (13 yrs) students (n=205) at a UK urban secondary school were tested to ascertain predictors of General Certificate of School Education (GCSE) achievement. Assessment included Riding " s cognitive style dimensions, working memory capacity and a profile of school(More)
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