Learning Disabilities Research & Practice
The Learning Disabilities Research & Practice (LDRP) journal provides a forum for presentation of current research in the field of learning disabilities and acts as a vehicle for dissemination of information important to practitioners in the field.
Because learning disabilities is a multidisciplinary field of study, Learning Disabilities Research & Practice publishes articles addressing the nature and characteristics of children and adults with learning disabilities, program development, assessment practices, and instruction from many different perspectives. In so doing, LDRP provides valuable information to professionals involved in diverse disciplines including special education, school psychology, counseling, reading, and medicine. Two separate sections—research and practice—are distinguished with respect to content and manuscript style.
- Members of the Division for Learning Disabilities receive the journal as a benefit of membership.
- Authors interested in submitting original manuscripts for Learning Disabilities Research & Practice may download the Instructions for Authors in PDF [2p, 12K].
- DLD encourages TeachingLD visitors, members, subscribers, and others to recommend that libraries purchase subscriptions to Learning Disabilities Research & Practice.
- Members: You may jump directly from the members home page to the LDR&P section of the Wiley-Blackwell site (authentication required, if you haven't already logged into TLD).
- Others who are interested in perusing the journal may visit the publisher's Web site for LDR&P where they can view online content, see sample copies, sign up for alerts about new articles, and more.