Study of the Remediation of Deficiencies in Auditory Perception
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science. v79, n4 (July, 1979), 174-177
The screening of 243 students from 10 kindergarten classes resulted in the identification of 39 children with perceptual deficiencies in the auditory channel. Auditory training procedures dictated by Lerner's definition of auditory perception were introduced into 5 kindergarten classes. Five no-treatment classes were included as control groups. Effects of the training program reported for these 39 subjects indicated growth at the meaningful level of language usage and improvement in the ability to analyze words. The effects of the auditory training program on reading readiness and self-concept were encouraging.
Author Institution: Kent City Schools; Department of Counseling and Special Education, University of Akron
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