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Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal (LDCJ), distributed to over 24,000 subscribers, is a peer-reviewed forum for research, practice, and opinion regarding learning disabilities (LD) and associated disorders. The mission of the journal is to provide the most up-to-date, accurate information on diagnosis, management and intervention. The journal intends to support, inform and challenge researchers, practitioners and individuals who have, or care for those who have, learning disabilities. The selections of the journal will be of particular interest to those involved in academia, medicine, education, psychology and related fields.


Editorial Board

Matthias Grunke, The University of Cologne, Germany
Teresa Allissa Citro, Learning Disabilities Worldwide, U.S.A.

Associate Editors
Bruce Saddler, University at Albany-SUNY, U.S.A.
Juan E. Jiménez, University of La Laguna, Spain

Consulting Editors
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Editorial Policy and Manuscript Submissions

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