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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 58, Number 2, 1 February 2014

Who's Challenging Who? Changing attitudes towards those whose behaviour challenges
pp. 99-109(11)
Authors: Hutchinson, L. M.; Hastings, R. P.; Hunt, P. H.; Bowler, C. L.; Banks, M. E.; Totsika, V.

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How do static and dynamic risk factors work together to predict violent behaviour among offenders with an intellectual disability?
pp. 125-133(9)
Authors: Lofthouse, R. E.; Totsika, V.; Hastings, R. P.; Lindsay, W. R.; Hogue, T. E.; Taylor, J. L.

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Temper outbursts in Prader–Willi syndrome: causes, behavioural and emotional sequence and responses by carers
pp. 134-150(17)
Authors: Tunnicliffe, P.; Woodcock, K.; Bull, L.; Oliver, C.; Penhallow, J.

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Functional properties of behaviour problems depending on level of intellectual disability
pp. 151-161(11)
Authors: Medeiros, K.; Rojahn, J.; Moore, L. L.; Ingen, D. J.

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The relationship between challenging behaviour and anxiety in adults with intellectual disabilities: a literature review
pp. 162-171(10)
Authors: Pruijssers, A. C.; Meijel, B.; Maaskant, M.; Nijssen, W.; Achterberg, T.

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Perceived burden and neuropsychiatric morbidities in adults with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome
pp. 198-210(13)
Authors: Karas, D. J.; Costain, G.; Chow, E. W. C.; Bassett, A. S.

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