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The effects of Irlen colored lenses on students' specific reading skills and their perception of ability: a 12-month validity study.

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Authors
G.L. Robinson, R.N. Conway
Title
The effects of Irlen colored lenses on students' specific reading skills and their perception of ability: a 12-month validity study.
Journal
Journal of Learning Disabilities
Year
1990
Volume
23
Issue
10
Page(s)
pp. 589-596
Abstract Link
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Peer-Reviewed, Open Trial
Keywords
Vision, Academic Skills, Adolescent / Secondary School Age, Autism Diagnosis Unclear, Child/Children, Coloured Filter, Coloured Lenses, Intervention, Mixed / Diverse Group, Motor-Sensory Intervention, Primary / Elementary School Age, Reading, Senses / Sensory

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