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DOWN SYNDROME RESEARCH & PRACTICE

CONTENTS - VOLUME 3 (1995)


ISSUE 1

Working memory in children with Down syndrome
Irene Broadley, John MacDonald and Sue Buckley

Comparisons of physical and psychiatric status in individuals with translocation and trisomy 21 Down syndrome
V. P. Prasher

Differential diagnosis between Alzheimer's disease and hypothyroidism in adults with Down syndrome
V. P. Prasher

How do speech and language therapists work with support assistants attached to communication disabled children
Susan Dobson

An exploratory study to investigate different methods for teaching sight vocabulary to people with learning disabilities of differing aetiologies
Linda Hill


ISSUE 2

Parents' reported responses to the disclosure of Down syndrome
Elaine Herbert

'Tell Me About Katie': Attitudes of mainstream 7-8 year olds to a peer with Down syndrome
Barry Carpenter

Investigating the literacy, language and memory skills of children with Down syndrome
Angela Byrne, Sue Buckley, John MacDonald and Gillian Bird

The influence of reading instruction on language and memory development in children with Down syndrome
Glynis Laws, Sue Buckley, Gillian Bird, John MacDonald and Irene Broadley

Issues of sexuality in Down syndrome
Don C. Van Dyke, Dianne M. McBrien and Andrea Sherbondy


ISSUE 3

Relationships between hearing and auditory cognition in Down syndrome youth
Michael M. Marcell

Numerical ability, general ability and language in children with Down syndrome
Joanna Nye, John Clibbens and Gillian Bird

Long-term maintenance of memory skills taught to children with Down syndrome
Glynis Laws, John MacDonald, Sue Buckley and Irene Broadley

Improving the expressive language skills of teenagers with Down syndrome
Sue Buckley


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