Whitaker, Simon (2003) Should we abandon the concept of mild learning disability? Clinical Psychology (29). pp. 16-19. ISSN 1473-8279
Abstract

It is argued that, as we are not able to measure IQ with sufficient accuracy to assign a large proportion as having an IQ either above or below 70, we should stop using IQ as a criterion for a learning disability service, and therefore abandon the concept of mild learning disability.

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