This study analyzed the characteristics of authors, research methods, and experimental studies to examine the overall research trends of 324 papers published from 2008 to August 2020 in the ｢Korea Journal of Learning Disabilities｣. The results of the analysis were as follow: First, with regards to the characteristics of the author, the proportion of universities(80.9%) was the highest, and in the case of experimental studies it was studied by authors who are involved in general education schools(11.1%) and the highest proportion of the authors was majored in special education(71.6%). Second, experimental research was the most frequently presented as research methodology, and research on instruction and strategy occupied the greatest weight. Third, as a result of analyzing the screening criteria, it was found that the intelligence test, basic learning function test, and academic achievement test were most commonly used. Based on the research results, this study showed who, where, what, and how the research was conducted in a specific academic field, providing information on the format in which knowledge information is produced and reproduced in that academic field. It is a very important role in that it can be a springboard for great opportunities to expand. Furthermore, topics that have been relatively neglected based on research topic results suggest the need to be addressed with attention in future studies.