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by Elisabeth H Wiig
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ISBN 13: 9780675201247. Elisabeth H. Wiig; Eleanor Semel-Mintz.
Wiig, Elisabeth Hemmersam was born on May 22, 1935 in Esbjerg, Denmark. Arrived in the United States, 1957, naturalized, 1967.
Book by Wiig, Elisabeth . Semel-Mintz, Eleanor). Book by Wiig, Elisabeth . Semel-Mintz, Eleanor. 01241/?tag prabook0b-20. Wiig, Elisabeth Hemmersam was born on May 22, 1935 in Esbjerg, Denmark. Daughter of Svend Frederick and Ingeborg (Hemmersam) Nielsen.
While her particular emphasis is children and adolescents, she also addresses the needs of adults. Dr. Wiig holds a PhD from Case-Western University and was professor and department chair at Boston University for 17 years. She has authored six texts, five psychoeducational tests, and ten intervention programs - all used throughout the world.
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In addition, learning disabled children were found to be less likely to engage in conversational housekeeping than nondisabled children.
Wiig,E,H and Semel,E. Columbus,OH: Merrill. Learning Disabilities. In addition, learning disabled children were found to be less likely to engage in conversational housekeeping than nondisabled children.
Implications for Intervention Knowledge and use of morphology to modify or extend word meanings are important as these skills relate directly to the early and later acquisition of literacy (Larsen & Nippold, 2007).