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Aggression in fragile X syndrome

By: Wheeler, A. C.
Contributor(s): Raspa, M | Bishop, E | Bailey, D. B | Knoors, H | Verhoeven, L.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 60 (2) February 2016: 113-125. 2016Subject(s): FRAGILE X SYNDROME | MALES | FEMALES | SENSORY IMPAIRMENT | HYPERACTIVITY | AGGRESSION | PREVALENCE | TREATMENTOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Points out that individuals with fragile X syndrome (FXS), especially men, have long been described as presenting with significant behavioural challenges. Despite this known aspect of the phenotype, there has been little research exploring the prevalence, frequency, nature or consequences of aggressive behaviour in FXS. Usedsurvey methodology to gather caregiver reports on the types, frequency and severity of aggressive behaviour in 774 individuals with FXS. Discusses the findings.
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Points out that individuals with fragile X syndrome (FXS), especially men, have long been described as presenting with significant behavioural challenges. Despite this known aspect of the phenotype, there has been little research exploring the prevalence, frequency, nature or consequences of aggressive behaviour in FXS. Usedsurvey methodology to gather caregiver reports on the types, frequency and severity of aggressive behaviour in 774 individuals with FXS. Discusses the findings.

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