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Dyslexia and Mental Health: Investigations from Differing Perspectives
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Editors: Neil Alexander-Passe (Middlesex University, London, UK)
Book Description:
This is the second book of this series, the first being ‘Dyslexia and Creativity’. This format has been found to be advantageous to inform readers that looking at issues from a singular angle can cause distortion, so several points of reference are used to better understand complex problems. Enclosed you will find the work of nine professors and other researchers in the field, some taking highly academic perspectives, whilst others prefer a more down-to-earth style. Chapters are also included from neurologists, educational psychologists and employment specialists, who give alternative ways to understand the topic. No one continent has the whole picture, thus a worldwide span is required to do the subject justice, with the authors reflecting this concept. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Introduction pp. i-xvi

Contributing Authors

The Academic Perspective:

1. Reading and Motivation in Adolescent Poor Readers
(Lynn Flowers, Professor Stephanie Daniel, Professor Sebastian Kaplan and Professor David Goldston) pp. 1-18

2. Psychosocial Problems and Psychotherapy for Persons with Dyslexia
(Professor Merith Cosden, Sarah Patz and Megan Donahue) pp. 19-26

3. Behaviour and Attention in Dyslexia
(Professor Ann-Mari Knivsberg) pp. 27-38

4. Developmental Dyslexia and Depression: A Case Study
(Ricardo Franco de Lima, Cíntia Alves Salgado, Professor Sylvia Maria Ciasca) pp. 39-52

5. The Physiological Basis of Impaired Social Communication in Dyslexia
(Professor John Stein) pp. 53-62

6. Dyslexia and Depression: Cause and Effect (Modeling & Proposed Intervention)
(Neil Alexander-Passe) pp. 63-88

The Personal Perspective:

7. Self-Harm, Suicide and Dyslexia
(Neil Alexander-Passe) pp. 89-114

8. Specific Learning Difficulties and Mental Health
(Gilda Palti)pp. 115-120

9. Comparing Degree-educated to Non-Degree Educated Depressive Dyslexics
(Neil Alexander-Passe)pp. 121-142

The Alternative Perspective:

10. Making Sense of Dyslexia: The Conceptual, Emotional and Social Reactions of Dyslexic People to their Learning Difficulties
(Ruth Gwernan-Jones and Professor Robert Burden)pp. 143-164

11. Dyslexia in Employment: The Impact of Affective Factors
(Professor David McLoughlin)pp. 165-178

12. Dyslexia and Psycho-Social Adjustment: A Resilience Perspective
(Melody M Terras)pp. 179-194

13. Helping Children with Dyslexia develop Self-Discipline
(Michael Ryan)pp. 195-200

Index pp. 201-213

   Series:
      Dyslexia. An Academic Perspective (Series Editor: Neil Alexander-Passe (London, UK))
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012-August
   Pages: 229, 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62100-432-5
   Status: AV
  
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