Residual normality: Friend or foe?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (6):772-780 (2002)

Abstract

In response to our target article, many of the commentators concentrated on our notion of Residual Normality. In our response, we focus on the questions raised by this idea. However, we also examine broader issues concerning the importance of incorporating a realistic theory of the process of development into explanations of developmental deficits.

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