The social and behavioural functioning of people with mental handicaps attending adult training centres

By: Gillies, John B.
Contributor(s): Espie, Colin A | Montgomery, James M.
Series: Mental Handicap Research 2 (2) 1989: 129-136.Publisher: 1989Subject(s): BEHAVIOUR | EPILEPSY | SOCIAL SKILLSSummary: A controlled study to investigate possible psychosocial deficits associated with the "double handicap" of intellectual handicap and epilepsy in a sample of adults living in the community. Results indicated that social and behavioural problems in addition to those associated with intellectual handicap itself are largely confined to a small subgroup of people with poorly controlled epilepsy
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A controlled study to investigate possible psychosocial deficits associated with the "double handicap" of intellectual handicap and epilepsy in a sample of adults living in the community. Results indicated that social and behavioural problems in addition to those associated with intellectual handicap itself are largely confined to a small subgroup of people with poorly controlled epilepsy

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