Drawing on the work of eleven experienced educational psychologists, this book presents a variety of approaches to prevention, identification and intervention and makes practical recommendations for future progress.
`It is a most valuable kaleidoscopic review of the literature and a very useful reference source. The sections are well written, easy to read and arranged to give easy access to topics. It will be a joy for students and a time saver for the in-service providers.' - British Journal of Special Education
`..it is a mark of the editors' professionalism and commitment that they were able to draw together what will surely become a key source book for all those interested in dyslexia.' - British Journal of Psychology
'this is one of the most balanced and well-argued summaries of current knowledge to have been published in this highly controversial area and seems destined to become a standard text on the topic.' - British Book News
`For anyone interested in Specific Learning Difficulties it is a comprehensive index of current debate and research into the subject.' - Special Needs News