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Summary, Conclusions, and Discussion of the Entire Project

  • H.-J. Gjessing

Abstract

The Bergen Project was a developmental study that focused on children with school learning problems. It could be described as a research project as well, since it had theoretical as well as applied goals. The scientific objectives were twofold: to find research strategies that allowed for observations and examinations of personal and environmental factors based on individual processes and functions, and to acquire traditional quantitative results and products.

Keywords

Literacy Skill School Achievement Dyslexic Child Ninth Grade Entire Project 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1989

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  • H.-J. Gjessing

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