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Computer Aptitude: An Investigation of Differences among Junior High Students with Learning Disabilities and Their Non-Learning-Disabled Peers
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Journal of Learning Disabilities Volume 21, Number 8,

Abstract

Comparison of scores on the Computer Aptitude, Literacy, and Interest Profile of 56 junior high school learning disabled students and 56 non-learning disabled peers found no significant difference in scores between the two groups nor between male and female students. (Author/DB)

Citation

Hearne, J.D. (1988). Computer Aptitude: An Investigation of Differences among Junior High Students with Learning Disabilities and Their Non-Learning-Disabled Peers. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 21(8), 489. Retrieved September 27, 2022 from .

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