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The at-risk nature of mental retardation for severe behavioural disorders

By: McGee, John J.
Series: Mental Handicap in New Zealand 9 (3) 1985: 4-12. 1985Subject(s): CLASSIFICATION | DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS | MENTAL ILLNESS | PERSONALITY DISORDERS | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | SCHIZOPHRENIASummary: In general, people with intellectual handicaps are nearly twice as likely to have severe behavioural problems or mental illness then other people, and many of these behavioural problems are caused by the way they are taught or not taught to become integrated into society, as well as society's support and acceptance of those people
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In general, people with intellectual handicaps are nearly twice as likely to have severe behavioural problems or mental illness then other people, and many of these behavioural problems are caused by the way they are taught or not taught to become integrated into society, as well as society's support and acceptance of those people

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