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Measuring happiness in ndividuals with profound multiple disabilities

By: Darling, Joseph A.
Contributor(s): Circo, Deborah K.
Series: Research in Developmental Disabilities 47 2015: 117-125. 2015Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | HAPPINESS | APPLIED BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS | MEASUREMENT SCALESSummary: This quantitative study assessed whether presentation of preferred items and activities during multiple periods of the day (and over multiple days) increased indices of happiness (over time/sustained) in individuals with PMD.
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This quantitative study assessed whether presentation of preferred items and activities during multiple periods of the day (and over multiple days) increased indices of happiness (over time/sustained) in individuals with PMD.

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