MARGINAL INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY-PSEUDO-OLIGOPHRENIA

Journal Title: Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation - Year 1997, Vol 1, Issue 4

Abstract

In the presentation a concrete case from the practice is showed. Namely, this case is about a nine years old girl ( a pupil ) who was sent by her teacher on a psychological examination, because of her failure at school. According to the adequate examinations that she had a lot of characteristics are given for the state of the child. It was concluded that according to the careful and qualitative approach the clinical impression of the determined conditions of delay of the psychological development differs from the development of the mentally-retarded.

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Katica MILOSEVSKA

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Katica MILOSEVSKA (1997). MARGINAL INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY-PSEUDO-OLIGOPHRENIA. Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation, 1(4), 109-110. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-7522