Volume 5, Issue 1 (1976)
Learning Disabilities: A Radical Behaviorist Point of View
Learning disabilities inhere in the circumstances of the environment in which children function, not in children. Any child may be learning disabled, depending on the environment. Conversely, any learning disabled child may become able, or more able, if the environment is structured to make him so. The key to making children able, then, rests in the hands of those - starting with parents and teachers - possessing the skills to alter the environment to facilitate their becoming able or more able.
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