Susan A Vogel

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This study reports on the educational attainment of 62 college students with learning disabilities as compared to a sample of 58 peers matched on gender and ACT composite score (+/- 1 point or exact match). All students were native English speakers and were enrolled as degree candidates in a small, competitive, private, midwestern college. Groups were(More)
The purpose of this study was to compare adults with and without self-reported learning disabilities (SRLD and NSRLD) from six English-speaking populations including: English-speaking Canada, Great Britain, The Republic of Ireland, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, and the United States. These six populations were selected because they were all(More)
A survey was developed to assess support services, procedures, policies, the proportion of students with learning disabilities (LD), and the factors that affect differences in proportion in a nationally representative sample of postsecondary institutions (PSIs). The factors investigated included general characteristics about the PSI, such as size of the(More)
Gender differences in level and pattern of cognitive abilities were examined in 28 LD college-able females (CA 18-25) as compared to 21 LD college-able males (CA 18-25). Both groups were in the average IQ range as measured by the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, with LD males significantly higher on the Full Scale IQ and three out of the four subtests,(More)
A substantial body of research confirms higher verbal ability in normally achieving females and higher visual-spatial and mathematical abilities in normally achieving males. However, the specific nature of these differences varies by age, specific measure, magnitude, and variability within the groups. Re-analysis of earlier research showed that, although(More)
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