Patterns of Change and Predictors of Success in Individuals With Learning Disabilities: Results From a Twenty-Year Longitudinal Study

@article{Raskind1999PatternsOC,
  title={Patterns of Change and Predictors of Success in Individuals With Learning Disabilities: Results From a Twenty-Year Longitudinal Study},
  author={Marshall Raskind and Roberta J. Goldberg and Eleanor L. Higgins and Kenneth L. Herman},
  journal={Learning Disabilities Research and Practice},
  year={1999},
  volume={14},
  pages={35-49}
}
The research described in this article is part of a larger longitudinal project tracing the lives of a group of individuals with learning disabilities who attended the Frostig Center 20 years ago; this article focuses on the quantitative results of the follow-up study. Data were gathered through case records, public records, current testing, and in-depth interviews. First, changes in independent variables (e.g., socioeconomic status, IQ, life stressors, academic achievement) and dependent… 

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