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Child Psychiatry Hum Dev. 1990 Fall;21(1):65-73.

Jordan Left-Right Reversal Test: an analysis of visual reversals in children and significance for reading problems.

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Practice of Clinical Psychology, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Abstract

The Jordan Left-Right Reversal Test (JLRRT) was first published in 1974 (1) as a convenient measure of symbol reversals in children. A current revision of the test, based on 3,000 children, showed error scores to be inversely related to age and sex. Learning disabled children and a group of below average readers made significantly more errors, indicating that visual reversals are dysfunctional for reading skills.

PMID:
2397656
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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