Taxonomic clustering and frequency associations as features of semantic memory development in children with learning disabilities.

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This study investigated taxonomic clustering and use of frequency associations as features in the semantic memory development of children with learning disabilities (LD). Free-recall organization of second- and sixth-grade children with and without LD was analyzed for two types of primary and secondary word lists: (a) items associated with frequency (FA… (More)

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@article{Lee1994TaxonomicCA, title={Taxonomic clustering and frequency associations as features of semantic memory development in children with learning disabilities.}, author={Cjin Pheow Lee and John E Obrzut}, journal={Journal of learning disabilities}, year={1994}, volume={27 7}, pages={454-62} }