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Date of Award

1973

Document Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Department

Educational and Counseling Psychology

First Advisor

Heath Lowry

First Committee Member

Thomas C. Coleman

Second Committee Member

Wilfred M. Mitchell

Third Committee Member

Clifford J. Hand

Fourth Committee Member

W. Preston Gleason

Abstract

The study was designed to test the effectiveness of two visual aid treatments: Controlled Reader and Tachistoscopic-X machines on educationally handicapped students in elementary school. In addition, this study was conducted to test the effectiveness of such an instructional program on efficient eye-movements on the educationally handicapped student during the reading act.

Pages

162

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