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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 57, Number 4, 1 April 2013

Impact with conviction
pp. 293-294(2)
Author: Oliver, Chris

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Reduction of errors during practice facilitates fundamental movement skill learning in children with intellectual disabilities
pp. 295-305(11)
Authors: Capio, C. M.; Poolton, J. M.; Sit, C. H. P.; Eguia, K. F.; Masters, R. S. W.

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Patterns and determinants of leisure participation of youth and adults with developmental disabilities
pp. 319-332(14)
Authors: Badia, M.; Orgaz, M. B.; Verdugo, M. Á.; Ullán, A. M.

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Social exclusion and people with intellectual disabilities: a rural–urban comparison
pp. 333-346(14)
Authors: Nicholson, L.; Cooper, S.‐A.

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Cognitive behavioural therapy from the perspective of clients with mild intellectual disabilities: a qualitative investigation of process issues
pp. 359-369(11)
Authors: Pert, C.; Jahoda, A.; Stenfert Kroese, B.; Trower, P.; Dagnan, D.; Selkirk, M.

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The factors affecting end‐of‐life decision‐making by physicians of patients with intellectual disabilities in the Netherlands: a qualitative study
pp. 380-389(10)
Authors: Wagemans, A.; van Schrojenstein Lantman‐de Valk, H.; Proot, I.; Metsemakers, J.; Tuffrey‐Wijne, I.; Curfs, L.

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