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Self-injurious behaviour in Cornelia de Lange syndrome: 1. Prevalence and phenomenology
Oliver, C.; Sloneem, J.; Hall, S.; Arron, K.
Self-injurious behaviour in Cornelia de Lange syndrome: 2. association with environmental events
Sloneem, J.; Arron, K.; Hall, S. S.; Oliver, C.
Simultaneous analysis of the behavioural phenotype, physical factors, and parenting stress in people with Cornelia de Lange syndrome
Wulffaert, J.; van Berckelaer-Onnes, I.; Kroonenberg, P.; Scholte, E.; Bhuiyan, Z.; Hennekam, R.
Staff variables associated with the challenging behaviour of clients with severe or profound intellectual disabilities
Lambrechts, G.; Kuppens, S.; Maes, B.
The treatment of challenging behaviour in intellectual disabilities: cost-effectiveness analysis
Romeo, R.; Knapp, M.; Tyrer, P.; Crawford, M.; Oliver-Africano, P.
Support for family carers of children and young people with developmental disabilities and challenging behaviour: what stops it being helpful?
Wodehouse, G.; McGill, P.
Effect of perceived stigmatisation on the quality of life among ageing female family carers: a comparison of carers of adults with intellectual disability and carers of adults with mental illness
Chou, Y. C.; Pu, C. Y.; Lee, Y. C.; Lin, L. C.; Kröger, T.
Performance on the Modified Card Sorting Test and its relation to psychopathology in adolescents and young adults with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome
Rockers, K.; Ousley, O.; Sutton, T.; Schoenberg, E.; Coleman, K.; Walker, E.; Cubells, J. F.
Services in the community for adults with psychosis and intellectual disabilities: a Delphi consultation of professionals' views
Hemmings, C. P.; Underwood, L. A.; Bouras, N.
Psychiatric and Behavioural Disorders in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Second Edition
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