Abstract or Introduction
For review, the author has chosen the model study she is imitating for my dissertation. She is working with a struggling writer displaying many characteristics of a dysgraphic; however, my single case study participant suffers from developmental dysgraphia which may subside as the child matures, whereas the adult dysgraphic in the model study experienced acquired dysgraphia after he had contracted encephalitis.
The procedures include description and clinical supervision of a small number of cases (here: a single case) in great detail, with the purpose of identifying basic elements, processes, etc. underlying the target behavior of the case subject. Both the model study and my dissertation are experimental studies to assess a proposed treatment for the diagnosed dysgraphia.
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- Dr. Christina Voss (married Lyons) (Author), 2009, Re-Education of a Surface Dysgraphia with a Visual Imagery Strategy. A Review, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1132806