Auditory abilities of primary school children
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Auditory abilities of primary school children a study of the relationship of auditory abilities to each other and to reading achievement, and an investigation of the relationships among selected auditory test profiles. by Elizabeth Orysia Jarvis

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hearing disorders.,
  • Reading disability.

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Paginationxv, 257 leaves.
Number of Pages257
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Open LibraryOL18596529M

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