The effect of special class placement and remediation on the self-concept of the learning disabled child
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Results of this study do seem to indicate that learning disabled children enrolled in a heterogeneously grouped classroom develop appraisals of self in academic areas separate from a more general, overall perception of self. If this is the case, estimates of a global self-concept may cloud important differences in the individual components of self-concept.
Seibert, Marianne, "The effect of special class placement and remediation on the self-concept of the learning disabled child" (1974). Master's Theses. 952.