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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 54, Number 11, November 2010

The development of adaptive skills in young people with Down syndrome
pp. 943-954(12)
Authors: van Duijn, G.; Dijkxhoorn, Y.; Scholte, E. M.; van Berckelaer-Onnes, I. A.

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Motor performance of children with mild intellectual disability and borderline intellectual functioning
pp. 955-965(11)
Authors: Vuijk, P. J.; Hartman, E.; Scherder, E.; Visscher, C.

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Injuries, falls and accidents among adults with intellectual disabilities. Prospective cohort study
pp. 966-980(15)
Authors: Finlayson, J.; Morrison, J.; Jackson, A.; Mantry, D.; Cooper, S.-A.

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The P15 – a multinational assessment battery for collecting data on health indicators relevant to adults with intellectual disabilities
pp. 981-991(11)
Authors: Perry, J.; Linehan, C.; Kerr, M.; Salvador-Carulla, L.; Zeilinger, E.; Weber, G.; Walsh, P.; van Schrojenstein Lantman-de-Valk, H.; Haveman, M.; Azema, B.; Buono, S.; Câra, A. Carmen; Germanavicius, A.; Van Hove, G.; Määttä, T.; Berger, D. Moravec; Tossebro, J.

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The perception of friendship in adults with Down syndrome
pp. 1015-1023(9)
Authors: Watt, K. J.; Johnson, P.; Virji-Babul, N.

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Adaptive behaviour in Angelman syndrome: its profile and relationship to age
pp. 1024-1029(6)
Authors: Brun Gasca, C.; Obiols, J. E.; Bonillo, A.; Artigas, J.; Lorente, I.; Gabau, E.; Guitart, M.; Turk, J.

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