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Cyclic changes in behaviour and mood which do not meet the criteria for bipolar affective disorder have been reported in people with intellectual disability (ID) since the beginning of the twentieth century. The present study postulates a functional disturbance of unstable mood disorder in such...
A number of alternative therapies have recently been employed with people who have intellectual disabilities (IDs). The present study examines the effects of four frequently used therapies on the communication of people with profound ID. Communication was assessed using five measures of positive...
The inter‐rater and test–retest reliability of the Functional Analysis Checklist (FAC) was evaluated for a random sample of target behaviours from a random sample of individuals in behaviour therapy programmes in a state school population. The reliability of the FAC was uniformly poor. This poor...
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