Adult Outcomes

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  • Gerber, Paul J., Reiff, Henry, & Ginsberg, Rick. (1997).  Exceeding Expectations:  Successful Adults with Learning Disabilities.  Austin, Texas: Pro-Ed.
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  • Rawson, Margaret Byrd (1995).  Dyslexia Over the Lifespan:  A Fifty-Five Year Longitudinal Study.  Baltimore, MD:  International Dyslexia Association.
  • Reiff, H. B., Gerber, P. J., & Ginsberg, R. (1994).  Instructional Strategies for long-term success.  Annuals of Dyslexia, 44, 271-289.
  • Spekman, N. J., Oi, M. T., Goldberg, R. J., & Herman, K. (1989, November 29-December 2).  LD children grow up:  What can we expect for education, employment, and adjustment?  Paper presented at the 40th Annual Conference of The Orton Dyslexia Society, Dallas, TX.
  • Vogel, S. A., & Adelman, P. B. (1992, August/ September). The Success of college students with learning disabilities:  Factors related to educational attainment.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 25(7), 430-441.
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