Chard, Melissa

Visual habituation paradigm with adults with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities : a new way for cognitive assessment? - Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 27 (5) 2014: 481-488 .

Notes that the use of common psychological assessment tools is invalidated with persons with PIMD. The aim of this study was to test the feasibility of using a visual habituation procedure with a group of adults with PIMD, to develop a new theoretical and practical framework for the assessment of cognitive abilities.


ASSESSMENT
SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES
VISUAL PERCEPTION
VULNERABLE POPULATIONS
COGNITIVE SKILLS
ADULTS

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