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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 54, Number 1, January 2010

Overcoming the barriers experienced in conducting a medication trial in adults with aggressive challenging behaviour and intellectual disabilities
pp. 17-25(9)
Authors: Oliver-Africano, P.; Dickens, S.; Ahmed, Z.; Bouras, N.; Cooray, S.; Deb, S.; Knapp, M.; Hare, M.; Meade, M.; Reece, B.; Bhaumik, S.; Harley, D.; Piachaud, J.; Regan, A.; Ade Thomas, D.; Karatela, S.; Rao, B.; Dzendrowskyj, T.; Lenôtre, L.; Watson, J.; Tyrer, P.

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Melatonin decreases daytime challenging behaviour in persons with intellectual disability and chronic insomnia
pp. 52-59(8)
Authors: Braam, W.; Didden, R.; Maas, A. P. H. M.; Korzilius, H.; Smits, M. G.; Curfs, L. M. G.

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Clinical outcomes of a specialised inpatient unit for adults with mild to severe intellectual disability and mental illness
pp. 60-69(10)
Authors: Lunsky, Y.; White, S. E.; Palucka, A. M.; Weiss, J.; Bockus, S.; Gofine, T.

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Procedural discourse in intellectual disability and dual diagnosis
pp. 70-80(11)
Authors: Ryan, J.; Woodyatt, G.; Copeland, D.

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Emotional and behavioural problems in adolescents with intellectual disability with and without chronic diseases
pp. 81-89(9)
Authors: Oeseburg, B.; Jansen, D. E. M. C.; Groothoff, J. W.; Dijkstra, G. J.; Reijneveld, S. A.

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