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Product Information Demystifying Syndromes II: Clinical and Educational Implications of Common Syndromes Associated with Persons with Intellectual Disabilities

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This academic book reviews eight syndromes commonly associated with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Some are common, like Down syndrome and autism spectrum disorder, while others are rare, like Q deletion syndrome.

 Author(s): Dorothy Griffiths, Shelley L Watson (Editors)

Published in:2016

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