Educational Kinesiology with learning disabled children: an efficacy study.

@article{Cammisa1994EducationalKW,
  title={Educational Kinesiology with learning disabled children: an efficacy study.},
  author={K M Cammisa},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1994},
  volume={78 1},
  pages={105-6}
}
  • K M Cammisa
  • Published 1994 in Perceptual and motor skills
Educational Kinesiology is a treatment using specific movements to access different parts of the brain in maximizing learning potential. It has been recommended for use with learning disabled children; however, studies validating its effects are limited. The school records of 25 students each with a diagnosis of specific learning disability were examined for pre- and posttest scores on academic and perceptual motor skill measures following an Educational Kinesiology program. Analysis indicated… CONTINUE READING