Multiple-Component Remediation for Developmental Reading Disabilities

@article{Morris2012MultipleComponentRF,
  title={Multiple-Component Remediation for Developmental Reading Disabilities},
  author={Robin D. Morris and Maureen W. Lovett and Maryanne Wolf and Rose A Sevcik and Karen A. Steinbach and Jan C. Frijters and Marla B. Shapiro},
  journal={Journal of Learning Disabilities},
  year={2012},
  volume={45},
  pages={127 - 99}
}
Results from a controlled evaluation of remedial reading interventions are reported: 279 young disabled readers were randomly assigned to a program according to a 2 × 2 × 2 factorial design (IQ, socioeconomic status [SES], and race). The effectiveness of two multiple-component intervention programs for children with reading disabilities (PHAB + RAVE-O; PHAB + WIST) was evaluated against alternate (CSS, MATH) and phonological control programs. Interventions were taught an hour daily for 70 days… Expand
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