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Computer Aided Training of Cognitive Processing Strategies with Developmentally Handicapped Adults
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ANZJDD Volume 11, Number 1,

Abstract

Correlational results involving 60 developmentally handicaped adults indicated that a computerized cross-modal memory game had a highly significant relationship with most cognitive and motor coordination measures. Computer aided training was not effective in improving overall cognitive functioning. There was no evidence of cognitive skills being transferred from the computer situation to other workshop tasks. (Author/CL)

Citation

Ryba, K.A. (1985). Computer Aided Training of Cognitive Processing Strategies with Developmentally Handicapped Adults. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 11(1), 17-25. Retrieved September 27, 2022 from .

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