International Review of Research in Developmental Disabilities - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128047859, 9780128051771

International Review of Research in Developmental Disabilities, Volume 51

1st Edition

Serial Volume Editors: Robert Hodapp Deborah J Fidler
eBook ISBN: 9780128051771
Hardcover ISBN: 9780128047859
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 13th October 2016
Page Count: 314
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Table of Contents

  • Serial Editors
  • Preface
  • Chapter One. What can Neuropsychology Teach Us About Intellectual Disability?: Searching for Commonalities in the Memory and Executive Function Profiles Associated With Down, Williams, and Fragile X Syndromes
    • 1. ID Definition
    • 2. Selection of ID Syndromes to Review
    • 3. DS, WS, and FXS: Etiology and Neuroanatomical Phenotypes
    • 4. The DS, WS, and FXS Cognitive-Behavioral Phenotypes
    • 5. Memory and Executive Function Profiles in DS, WS, and FXS
    • 6. Discussion
  • Chapter Two. Characterizing Emergent Anxiety Through the Lens of Fragile X
    • 1. Anxiety in Fragile X Syndrome
    • 2. Candidate Markers for Emergent Anxiety in Fragile X Syndrome
    • 3. Constructing a Model of Prodromal Anxiety in Fragile X Syndrome
    • 4. Concluding Thoughts
    • 5. Conclusion
  • Chapter Three. Assessment and Treatment of Executive Function Impairments in Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Update
    • 1. Findings From Laboratory-Based Assessment of Executive Function in Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • 2. Findings from Ecologically Valid Assessment of Executive Function in Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • 3. Does the Presence of ADHD Symptoms Correlate With EF Performance for Individuals With ASD?
    • 4. Executive Function Interventions for People With Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • 5. Conclusions
  • Chapter Four. Joint Attention and Early Social Developmental Cascades in Neurogenetic Disorders
    • 1. Early Social Development
    • 2. Early Social Development in Neurogenetic Disorders
    • 3. Conclusions and Future Directions
  • Chapter Five. Sleep in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
    • 1. Introduction
    • 2. Common Sleep Problems
    • 3. Measurement
    • 4. Syndrome/Condition-Specific Sleep Problems
    • 5. Future Research
  • Chapter Six. Parent Advocacy Across the LifeSpan
    • 1. Need for Advocacy Over Time
    • 2. Methods of Advocacy Over Time
    • 3. Effect of Advocacy Over Time
    • 4. Parent Advocacy for Early Childhood Services
    • 5. Parent Advocacy for School Services
    • 6. Parent Advocacy for Transition Services
    • 7. Parent Advocacy for Adult Services
    • 8. Discussion
    • 9. Summary
  • Chapter Seven. Victimization of Individuals With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Across the Lifespan
    • 1. Introduction
    • 2. Child Abuse
    • 3. Bullying
    • 4. Criminal Victimization
    • 5. Future Directions
    • 6. Conclusion
  • Contents of Previous Volumes
    • Volume 1
    • Volume 2
    • Volume 3
    • Volume 4
    • Volume 5
    • Volume 6
    • Volume 7
    • Volume 8
    • Volume 9
    • Volume 10
    • Volume 11
    • Volume 12
    • Volume 13
    • Volume 14
    • Volume 15
    • Volume 16
    • Volume 17
    • Volume 18
    • Volume 19
    • Volume 20
    • Volume 21
    • Volume 22
    • Volume 23
    • Volume 24
    • Volume 25
    • Volume 26
    • Volume 27
    • Volume 28
    • Volume 29
    • Volume 30
    • Volume 31
    • Volume 32
    • Volume 33
    • Volume 34
    • Volume 35
    • Volume 36
    • Volume 37
    • Volume 38
    • Volume 39
    • Volume 40
    • Volume 41
    • Volume 42
    • Volume 43
    • Volume 44
    • Volume 45
    • Volume 46
    • Volume 47
    • Volume 48
    • Volume 49
    • Volume 50

Description

International Review of Research in Developmental Disabilities provides an ongoing scholarly look at research into the causes, effects, classification systems, and syndromes, etc. of developmental disabilities. Contributors come from wide-ranging perspectives, including genetics, psychology, education, and other health and behavioral sciences.

Key Features

  • Provides the most recent scholarly research in the study of developmental disabilities
  • Contains a vast range of perspectives, with many topics covered
  • Presents an excellent resource for academic researchers

Readership

Academic researchers in developmental and cognitive psychology as well as neuropsychology


Details

No. of pages:
314
Copyright:
© Academic Press 2016
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780128051771
Hardcover ISBN:
9780128047859

Reviews

Praise for the Series:
"Belongs on the shelf of every serious student and researcher." --Journal of Biological Psychology

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About the Serial Volume Editors

Robert Hodapp Serial Volume Editor

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Affiliations and Expertise

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Deborah J Fidler Serial Volume Editor

Dr. Deborah Fidler is a Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University. Her research expertise is in the area of early development in individuals with neurogenetic syndromes, with a particular focus on the behavioral phenotype in Down syndrome and its implications for intervention and educational practice.

Affiliations and Expertise

Human Development and Family Studies, Colorado State University, USA