The Oxford handbook of down syndrome and development

The Oxford Handbook of Down Syndrome and Development comprises cutting-edge and provocative integrative reviews of essential theory and research about persons with Down syndrome at various stages of the lifespan. The volume opens with a brief section on historic and contemporary scientific approache...

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Other Authors: Burack, Jacob A. (Editor), Edgin, Jamie (Editor), Abbeduto, Leonard (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York Oxford University Press 2020, 2020-2023
Series:Oxford library of psychology / Oxford library of psychology
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Collection: Oxford Handbook Online - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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Summary:The Oxford Handbook of Down Syndrome and Development comprises cutting-edge and provocative integrative reviews of essential theory and research about persons with Down syndrome at various stages of the lifespan. The volume opens with a brief section on historic and contemporary scientific approaches to understanding the development of persons with Down syndrome, with subsequent sections on social development and family relations, cognition and neuropsychology, and comorbid conditions. Together these chapters provide extensive background that leads to a comprehensive understanding of the development and well-being of persons with Down syndrome across many different aspects of everyday living. The final section contains innovative and forward-looking chapters on interventions and directions for future research
Published:2020-2023
Item Description:Also issued in print: 2023
Physical Description:1 online resource
Publication Frequency:Monthly
ISBN:9780190645465