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Tremor frequency profile as a function of level of mental retardation

By: Sprague, Robert L.
Contributor(s): Deutsch, Katherine M | Newell, Karl M.
Series: American Journal on Mental Retardation 112 (4) 2007: 300-307.Publisher: 2007Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | TREMOR | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITYSummary: Examines the resting and postural finger tremor frequency profile of adults as a function of level of intellectual disability (moderate, severe, profound). Finds support for the hypothesis of intellectual disability inducing a slower frequency to the system dynamics that may fundamentally drive the characteristic slowness of movement behaviours.
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Examines the resting and postural finger tremor frequency profile of adults as a function of level of intellectual disability (moderate, severe, profound). Finds support for the hypothesis of intellectual disability inducing a slower frequency to the system dynamics that may fundamentally drive the characteristic slowness of movement behaviours.

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