Disability

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Disability

1. Any brokerage account with a restriction, or the restrictions themselves. Disabilities exist generally to prevent conflicts of interest in investment. For example, an employee of the brokerage may be unable to make certain transactions on his account with the brokerage.

2. See: Disability insurance.
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Incidence of reading disability in a population-based birth cohort, 1976-1982, Rochester, MN.
est]=302,423) is estimated to have difficulty seeing the words and letters in ordinary newspaper print as a result of a visual, physical or reading disability.
One way to evaluate if reading involves simply the application of previously evolved mental abilities would be to study the brain's normal neural assignment patterns and also its ability to recover from developmental or acquired reading disability.
in press) ran a series of classification models, each stipulating that first-grade screening would miss no more than three students with fifth-grade reading disability.
Students who are classified as having a learning disability are more likely to also have a reading disability.
Processing speed deficits in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and reading disability.
The data indicate that the use of signed key words is an effective method to circumvent the reading disability of students with learning disabilities.
For example, research comparing boys and girls has examined a wide range of factors including growth in reading (Morgan, Farkas, & Hibel, 2008); behavior (Ryan, Reid, & Epstein, 2004); IQ-discrepancy and reading disability (Share & Silva, 2003); executive function (Rucklidge & Tannock, 2002); and academic achievement, visual-motor abilities, and mathematical reasoning (Vogel, 1990).
This is not to say that learning disability is synonymous with reading disability (Lyon, 1996).
org members must provide proof of a print disability, such as blindness, low vision, a reading disability, or a mobility impairment that makes it difficult or impossible to read standard print.
Students identified with a reading disability have demonstrated significant differences in their skills in segmenting the sounds in words and blending sounds into words (Lovett & Steinbach, 1997; Stanovich, 1988).