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Psychological studies of crippled children have been few, but among published studies opinion is unanimous that crippled children test lower in intelligence than normal children. The study reported here arrives at the same conclusion. In that respect, it adds nothing new to the picture, but in an area in which findings are not entirely definitive, a study of convalescent crippled children may add confirmation to the general body of knowledge.
Miller, L. M. (1944). Intelligence and Achievement Testing of Convalescent Crippled Children. Journal of Exceptional Children, 10(6), 131-138.
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