Cognitive, academic, and attitudinal predictors of the grade point averages of college students with learning disabilities.

@article{Murray2003CognitiveAA,
  title={Cognitive, academic, and attitudinal predictors of the grade point averages of college students with learning disabilities.},
  author={Christopher K L Murray and Carol T Wren},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  year={2003},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={407-15}
}
This study examined cognitive, academic, and attitudinal predictors of college grade point average (GPA) among college students with learning disabilities (LD). The study population included 84 youth who attended a large private university in the midwestern United States. Measures of cognitive and academic functioning, along with a self-report measure of study habits and study attitudes, were used to predict college GPA. The results indicated that Full Scale IQ and one factor on the self… CONTINUE READING

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