The prevalence of aggression in genetic syndromes : a review

By: Powis, Laurie.
Contributor(s): Oliver, Chris.
Series: Research in Developmental Disabilities 35 (5) 2014: 1051-1071.Publisher: 2014Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SYNDROMES | CRI DU CHAT SYNDROME | SMITH MAGENIS SYNDROME | ANGELMAN SYNDROME | CORNELIA DE LANGE SYNDROME | PRADER WILLI SYNDROME | WILLIAMS SYNDROME | DOWN SYNDROME | PHENOTYPE | AGGRESSION | PREVALENCE | LITERATURE REVIEWSSummary: Examines the association between aggression and genetic syndromes by analysis of prevalence studies. Also examines the literature on the form of the behaviour and influence of environmental factors.
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Examines the association between aggression and genetic syndromes by analysis of prevalence studies. Also examines the literature on the form of the behaviour and influence of environmental factors.

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