Learning Disorder

  • (noun): A disorder found in children of normal intelligence who have difficulties in learning specific skills.
    Synonyms: learning disability

Some articles on learning disorder, disorder, disorders, learning:

Mental Disorders Diagnosed In Childhood - Learning Disorders - DSM-IV-TR
315.00 Reading disorder 315.1 Mathematics disorder 315.2 Disorder of written expression 315.9 Learning disorder NOS This category contains disorders in learning that do not meet the criteria ... has problems in one, two or all areas of learning, and he or she can be diagnosed with Learning Disorder NOS even if their performance scores are not considerably below average for ... experience a significant interference in which the cause is their learning skills on their academic achievements in order to be diagnosed with Learning Disorder NOS ...

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