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This study investigates relationships between intellectual level and behaviors reflecting effectance (i.e., an interest in and efforts toward acting upon the environment to produce or sustain desired effects) in a group of severely quadraplegic children. Five measures of intellectual level (IQ,...
The purpose of this study was to increase simple toy play in profoundly mentally handicapped children. Twenty children (mean chronological age, 14 years; mean mental age, less than 1 year) were trained to play with ordinary toys, half by a behavior modification technique and half by a control...
A 14-year-old boy with mild mental retardation and behavioral features suggestive of the so called Asperger's syndrome is described. From the age of 8 years he has had recurrent episodes of lethargy. At the onset of puberty these episodes took on a more dramatic form and became more reminiscent...
Ten autistic children and 10 normal nursery school children, matched for mean developmental age of 4 years 9 months, were presented with figure stimuli that had variable irrelevant cues in two-choice simultaneous discrimination learning. The first condition was a control condition in which an...
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