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Graduate Program Regulations - Learning Disabilities

Psychology 5415 Learning Disabilities
Both theoretical and practical aspects of learning disabilities are covered. The emphasis is on diagnostic and remedial procedures for auditory, visual, language and non-verbal disabilities. Diagnostic procedures include the use of standardized tests, and techniques for analyzing children's and adults' deficits in reading, spelling and arithmetic. The course may contain a practical component.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Psychology 5201
Corequisite(s): Psychology 5201
Notes: Restricted to graduate students in Clinical Psychology.