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Glucose-6-Phosphate dedydrogenase deficiency is an inborn error of metabolism. Individuals suffering from this abnormality may experience an acute hemolytic episode after ingestion of certain drugs and some vegetable food products (Brewer, Tarlov & Alving, 1960). This deficiency trait has a wide...
The literature dealing with psychosocial treatments for rumination in both mentally retarded and non-retarded persons is reviewed. Both psychodynamic and behavioural treatments are discussed: the latter including treatments involving punishment variants such as shock, liquid irritants and...
A review of the behavioural literature on self-injurious behaviour reveals that despite a burgeoning literature on the subject, very few definitive conclusions can be made as to its aetiology, maintenance or treatment. Reasonable evidence exists to support the hypothesis that some schedule of...
In order to examine the relative effects of using photographs and actual objects in training for generalization, a group of severely-moderately retarded adults was taught a simple industrial type task(n=24). Subjects were randomly assigned to one of four equal groups: A (Objects only); B...
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