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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 54, Number 6, June 2010

Health checks in primary care for adults with intellectual disabilities: how extensive should they be?
pp. 479-486(8)
Authors: Chauhan, U.; Kontopantelis, E.; Campbell, S.; Jarrett, H.; Lester, H.

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Maternal responses to child frustration and requests for help in dyads with fragile X syndrome
pp. 501-515(15)
Authors: Wheeler, A. C.; Hatton, D.; Holloway, V. T.; Sideris, J.; Neebe, E. C.; Roberts, J. E.; Reznick, J. S.

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End-of-life decisions: an important theme in the care for people with intellectual disabilities
pp. 516-524(9)
Authors: Wagemans, A.; van Schrojenstein Lantman-de-Valk, H.; Tuffrey-Wijne, I.; Widdershoven, G.; Curfs, L.

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Humour appreciation and comprehension in children with intellectual disability
pp. 525-537(13)
Authors: Degabriele, James; Walsh, Irene P.

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Loss of response to melatonin treatment is associated with slow melatonin metabolism
pp. 547-555(9)
Authors: Braam, W.; van Geijlswijk, I.; Keijzer, Henry; Smits, Marcel G.; Didden, Robert; Curfs, Leopold M. G.

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A parent training model for toilet training children with autism
pp. 556-567(12)
Authors: Kroeger, K.; Sorensen, R.

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A comparison of intellectual assessments over video conferencing and in-person for individuals with ID: preliminary data
pp. 573-577(5)
Authors: Temple, V.; Drummond, C.; Valiquette, S.; Jozsvai, E.

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