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Examining the influence of social‐environmental variables on self‐injurious behaviour in adolescent boys with fragile X syndrome

By: Hall, S. S.
Contributor(s): Hustyi, K. M | Barnett, R. P.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Special Issue: Self-injurious Behaviour 62 (12) December 2018: 1072-1085. 2018Subject(s): FRAGILE X SYNDROME | BOYS | AGGRESSION | SELF INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR | SOCIAL ASPECTS | ENVIRONMENTOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Results from this study indicate that social-environmental variables appear to maintain SIB in a significant proportion of boys with FX. Given that pharmacological treatments for SIB have limited efficacy in this population, the potential role of social-environmental factors on SIB should be examined before phrmacological treatments are implemented for thses behaviours.
List(s) this item appears in: Cerebral palsy in adults Dec 2018
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Results from this study indicate that social-environmental variables appear to maintain SIB in a significant proportion of boys with FX. Given that pharmacological treatments for SIB have limited efficacy in this population, the potential role of social-environmental factors on SIB should be examined before phrmacological treatments are implemented for thses behaviours.

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