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Abstracts from Current Literature

Abstracts from Current Literature American of Mental N.Y. Journal Deficiency, Albany, Kurt Abstracted M.D. by Glaser, 63, No. 4 (Jan.) Dual in Occurrences of Mongolism Two David Gibson and 618. Sibships. Harold F. Frank.—p. The in a Lotte Brain-Injured Child—Learning by Structured Kaliski.—p. 688. Living Setting. No. 6 1959 63, (May) of in Mental Retardation. Lawrence B. and B. Consequences Institutionalization Early Slobody John Scanlon.—p. Vitamin A. in Children (A Report). Richard M. Auld, Alfred M. Pommer, Absorption Mongoloid Preliminary C. and Frederick 1010. John Houck, G. Burke.—p. Achievement and in of Relationships Among Measures Children Low, Average Physical, Mental, Personality at 113 Klausmeier and and High Intelligence Months of Age. Herbert J. Check.—p. 1059. John of Parents of Retarded Mrs. Max A. 1078. Needs Children. Murray.—p. Mentally 1 1959 No. 64, (July) to Mental Psychiatric 50. Approach Deficiency. Rudolph Kaldeck.—p. The Treatment of Cerebral in Retarded Patients Low Voltage Palsy Using High-Frequency, Mentally Electric Currents. W. 72. Cyrus Stimson.—p. Consequences of Institutionalization in Mental Retardation.—Institutionalization Early of a retarded and child has a serious emotional influence the child and the is of upon family financial for the significance community. While the best institutions are those which are most home-like can never the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png A.M.A. Journal of Diseases of Children American Medical Association

Abstracts from Current Literature

A.M.A. Journal of Diseases of Children , Volume 99 (6) – Jun 1, 1960

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1960 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0096-6916
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10.1001/archpedi.1960.02070030857022
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American of Mental N.Y. Journal Deficiency, Albany, Kurt Abstracted M.D. by Glaser, 63, No. 4 (Jan.) Dual in Occurrences of Mongolism Two David Gibson and 618. Sibships. Harold F. Frank.—p. The in a Lotte Brain-Injured Child—Learning by Structured Kaliski.—p. 688. Living Setting. No. 6 1959 63, (May) of in Mental Retardation. Lawrence B. and B. Consequences Institutionalization Early Slobody John Scanlon.—p. Vitamin A. in Children (A Report). Richard M. Auld, Alfred M. Pommer, Absorption Mongoloid Preliminary C. and Frederick 1010. John Houck, G. Burke.—p. Achievement and in of Relationships Among Measures Children Low, Average Physical, Mental, Personality at 113 Klausmeier and and High Intelligence Months of Age. Herbert J. Check.—p. 1059. John of Parents of Retarded Mrs. Max A. 1078. Needs Children. Murray.—p. Mentally 1 1959 No. 64, (July) to Mental Psychiatric 50. Approach Deficiency. Rudolph Kaldeck.—p. The Treatment of Cerebral in Retarded Patients Low Voltage Palsy Using High-Frequency, Mentally Electric Currents. W. 72. Cyrus Stimson.—p. Consequences of Institutionalization in Mental Retardation.—Institutionalization Early of a retarded and child has a serious emotional influence the child and the is of upon family financial for the significance community. While the best institutions are those which are most home-like can never the

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Published: Jun 1, 1960

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