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How do we stop "doing" and and start listening : responing to the emotional needs of people with learning disabilities

by Anne Gardner and Selma Rikberg Smyly.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 25 (1) Mar 1997: 27Publication details: 1997Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Face recognition and emotion perception in boys with fragile-x syndrome

by Turk, J | Cornish, K.

Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research ; 42 (6) 1998: 490-499 1998Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Subtyping stereotypic behaviour in children: the association betweeen stereotypic behaviour, mood and heart rate

by Willemsen-Swinkels, Sophie H N (et al).

Series: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders ; 28 (6) 1998: 547-557 1998Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Recognition of facial emotional expressions from moving and static displays by individuals with mental retardation.

by Harwood, Natalie, K | Hall. Laura J | Shrinkfield, Alison, J.

Series: American Journal on Mental Retardation ; 104 (3) May 1999: 270-278Publication details: 1999Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Grieving coping and renewing / Peter Houghton.

by Houghton, Peter.

London, United Kingdom Rett Syndrome Association : [1999]Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: 770 HOU (1).

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The measurement of happiness

by Helm, David T.

Series: American Journal on Mental Retardation ; 105 (5) 2000: 326-335Publication details: 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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On the continuous calibration of happiness

by Carver, Charles S.

Series: American Journal on Mental Retardation ; 105 (5) 2000: 336-341Publication details: 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Williams syndrome and happiness

by Levine, Karen | Wharton, Robert.

Series: American Journal on Mental Retardation ; 105 (5) 2000: 363-371Publication details: 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Learning about happiness from people with Down syndrome: feeling the sense of joy and contentment

by Robison, Richard J.

Series: American Journal on Mental Retardation ; 105 (5) 2000: 372-376Publication details: 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Autism: emotion without feelings

by Shalom, Dorit Ben.

Series: Autism ; 4 (2) 2000: 205-206Publication details: 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Understanding atypical emotions among children with autism

by Rieffe, Carolien | Terwogt, Mark Meerum | Stockmann, Lex.

Series: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders ; 30 (3) 2000: 195-203Publication details: 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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How high-functioning children with autism understand real and deceptive emotion

by Dennis, Maureen | Lockyer, Linda | Lazenby, Anne L.

Series: Autism ; 4 (4) 2000: 370-381Publication details: 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Emotion recognition by children with Down syndrome

by Kasari, Connie | Freeman, Stephanny F.N | Jughes, Margaret A.

Series: American Journal on Mental Retardation ; 106 (1) 2001: 59-72Publication details: 2001Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Impact of group training on emotion recognition in individuals with a learning disability

by McKenzie, Karen | Matheson, Edith (et al).

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 28 (4) 2000: 143-147Publication details: 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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First-hand accounts of emotional experiences in autism: a qualitative analysis

by Jones, Robert S.P | Zahl, Andrew | Huws, Jaci C.

Series: Disability & Society ; 16 (3) 2001: 393-401Publication details: 2001Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Becoming a woman: a teaching pack on menstruation for people with learning disabilities

by Cooper, Emma.

Publication details: Brighton, UK Pavilion Publishing 1999Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: 650.1 COO (1).
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Motion and emotion: a novel approach to the study of face processing by young autistic children

by Gepner, Bruno | Deruelle, Christine | Grynfeltt, Stanislas.

Series: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders ; 31 (1) 2001: 37-45Publication details: 2001Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Evaluation of a new computer intervention to teach people with autism or Asperger syndrome to recognize and predict emotions in others

by Silver, Miriam | Oakes, Peter.

Series: Autism ; 5 (3) 2001: 299-316Publication details: 2001Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Children with fragile X syndrome : a parents' guide

by Weber, Jayne Dixon.

Series: Special Needs CollectionPublication details: Bethesda, U.S. Woodbine House 2000Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: 780.22 CHI (1).
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Coping, burnout, and emotion in staff working in community services for people with challenging behaviours

by Mitchell, Georgia | Hastings, Richard B.

Series: American Journal on Mental Retardation ; 106 (5) 2001: 448-459Publication details: 2001Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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