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Research, Rhetoric, and the Writing Curriculum: Consciousness Expansion Through Bi-Hemisphericity
(Drake University, 1979-09)
This study gives implications for teaching composition based on current rhetorical and psychological theory. It examines what recent brain research has to say about left-hemispheric verbal skills and right-hemispheric ...
Use of Brain Function Concepts by Social Studies Teachers
(Drake University, 1983-05)
The problem. The basic problem examined in the study was the degree to which selected brain-function concepts had been applied to teaching techniques by Des Moines area secondary social studies teachers who responded to ...
The Arts in Education: A Possible Key to Whole Brain Utilization and Positive Self-Concept
(Drake University, 1983-09)
The problem. Questions to be Answered. (l) Is there a relationship between self-concept and curricular involvement in the arts? If so what is the direction of that relationship? (2) Is there a relationship between ...
A Neuropsychological Investigation of Cerebral Dominance and Dyslexia
(Drake University, 1981-05)
Numerous investigators have sought a connection between dyslexia, or difficulty in learning to read, and some identifiable abnormality of central nervous system structure or function. Building on evidence accumulated in ...