Brain-Injured Children, With Special Reference to Doman-Delacato Methods of Treatment,

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Brain-Injured Children, With Special Reference to Doman-Delacato Methods of Treatment. together with a presentation of the results of treatment in brain-injured children.

The book lacks both the cosmic perspective and inferences of pedagogical revolution which have characterized earlier writings, and is a serious defense of the Institute's Author: Charles Kennedy.

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