2 edition of effect of contextual cues upon mentally retarded adults found in the catalog.
effect of contextual cues upon mentally retarded adults
Margaret Mary Kuzmick
Written in English
|Statement||by Margaret Mary Kuzmick|
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|Pagination||vii, 104 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
The relationship between the difficulty with which the retarded adolescent. decodes visual social cues and the appropriateness of his social behavior was the. basis of a study to determine whether social cue decoding could be taught the. retarded. in a manner analogous to the teaching of reading and writing, with. beneficial behavioral results. presenting a psychological approach to mental retardation, this text begins with a discussion of theories of intelligence, problems of definition, and the current status of the field of mental retardation. a section on etiology and syndromes presents information on genetic factors and genetic syndromes and the physical and psychological environments as factors in mental Cited by: 2.
This study was conducted on a community sample from Khartoum state, Sudan to explore the psychological and social impacts of the mentally retarded child on his/her parents. The study hypothesized that these effects are directly related to the age, number of handicapped children in the family as well as the degree of mental s and population: Seven centers Cited by: 1. The study attempted to investigate the attitude of parents and family members towards their mentally retarded children. The study also aimed to find out the levels of differences among the attitude of parents and family members and to know the impact of gender on the attitude of the same. The sample consisted of 50 parents and 50 family members.
Interpersonal deficits in three mildly mentally retarded adults were treated via a conversational skills training program. For two of the three Ss studied, results indicated substantial increases in target behaviors with sequential introduction of the treatment strategy. Overall conversational ability, however, showed no practical improvement from baseline to final assessment Cited by: The aim of the present research was to compare the psychological well being factors among the parents of the mentally retarded children with those of the normal children. the descriptive research is comparative - causative. The statistical population of the present research includes all the parents of the mentally retarded and normal children whose children were .
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By using a nonverbal intelligence test developed for children in a group of children as well as in mentally retarded adults, we tried to shed more light on the occurrence and the size of the Flynn effect in the latter group. Before asserting that this attempt succeeded, we should first answer the question how the Flynn effect is by: 7.
Conditional discrimination in mentally retarded adults: the effect of training the component simple discriminations. K J Saunders and J E Spradlin Bureau of Cited by: THE FACILITATING EFFECT OF MODELING PROCEDURES UPON BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION OF MENTALLY RETARDED THESIS Presented to the Graduate Council of the North Texas State University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of MASTER OF ARTS By James C.
McCabe, B. S, Denton, Texas December, Author: James C. McCabe. Conditional discrimination in mentally retarded adults: The effect of training the component simple discriminations. Removal of the schedule requirement had no effect on arbitrary matching.
Five moderately and severely mentally retarded adolescents were first trained to use picture prompts to guide their performance on one or more complex tasks. Following training, posttesting with and without the picture prompts was conducted to evaluate the effects of training and to determine maintenance effects over a 2- to 4-week by: Early reports on the quality and duration of marriages that involve adults with mental retardation have documented both problems and possibilities.
Today, adults with mental retardation are marrying and having children, and adult unmarried women with mental retardation (even moderate to severe mental retardation) are having children. The true Cited by: retarded child should be institutionalized is the degree to which he affects adversely the members of the family.
The aim of this investigation is to describe various conditions influencing the effect of a severely mentally retarded child on family integration. The conceptual scheme used in guiding the research will be described Size: KB.
Two adjective pairs in comparative form, more-less and taller-shorter, were tested with moderately mentally retarded (MR) and nonretarded children (NR) matched on verbal mental age (MA) and socioeconomic status (SES) in a “show” and an “act-out” experimental condition.
The data indicated that all the main effects, the group, the Cited by: 5. The vampire is the Other that used to be human.
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A Counseling Model for Mentally Retarded Adults. The proposed model for counseling mentally retarded adults is based upon the counselor's knowledge of the men tally retarded person's needs, behavior, abilities, and limita tions. The model also takes into consideration the needs of the counselor and how he or she interacts with the mentally.
An official Statement of the American Association on Mental Deficiency. Preface. The American Association on Mental Deficiency supports the "Declaration of General and Special Rights of the Mentally Retarded" as adopted by the International League of Societies for the Mentally Handicapped, but recognizes the need to make statements more specific in nature.
MENTALLY RETARDED ADULTS. Commercial ed. The Retarded Adult in the Community. Aid Retarded Children, 9th Ave., San Francisco, CA ; Elias Katz, Ph.D. To demonstrate a program of services to adult mentally retarded, necessary to achieve greater competence in in dependent living; work and personal adjustment training are included.
RD File Size: 3MB. Supporting Articles. The Effects of Music on Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition (FLES). Their fluence of music upon the memory of mentally retarded children.
Music Therapy, 58, (). Visual contextual cues and listening comprehension: An experiment. Modern Language Journal. The Parents We Mean To Be: How Well-Intentioned Adults Undermine Children's Moral and Emotional Development Richard Weissbourd.
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mentally retarded (EMR) students. areas of assessment cover the same basic list of. Causes and Identification of Mental Retardation. As discussed, the classification of mental retardation ranges from mild to profound levels.
However, the mention of a mentally retarded child often brings to mind a typical Down syndrome child. Whether the Psychopathology Inventory for Mentally Retarded Adults (PIMRA) could detect specific psychopathological disorders was investigated in subjects with different levels of mental retardation living in the community or in residential facilities.
An exploratory factor analysis was carried out to check the scale organization of by: impaired, visually-impaired and severely mentally retarded children on the evaluative dimension.
Males showed more favourable attitude towards the educable, mentally retarded and speech impaired. Female parents had significantly more favourable attitudes than the male parents. On the activity factor, sex had no differential effect on attitudesFile Size: 89KB.
Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. The effect of a psycho educational program for mothers of educable mentally retarded children: Based on Roy‘s adaptation theory Taghavi Larijani Traneha, Ghadirian Fataneh b*, Aliakbarzadeh Arani Zahrac, Sharifi Nahiddokhtd, Noghani Fatemehd, Faghihzadeh Soghrate.
REVIEW OF LITERATURE A literature review is an account of what has been published on a topic by accredited scholars and researchers. It is a piece of discursive prose and a simple summary of the sources (Taylor and Procter, ).
Comprehensive knowledge of the literature in the field is essential to research Size: KB.It is well known that behavior problems are a salient characteristic of children and adults with mental retardation. That is not to say that all persons with mental retardation experience behavior disorders; how ever, most studies indicate that the incidence of emotional disturbance in this population is four to six times greater than that observed in similar intellectually .The prevalence of mental retardation in adults has been estimated at approximately 1%, or roughly 1 in However, as many as 3% of school-age children are diagnosed as mentally retarded.
The difference between child and adult rates may be due to the factFile Size: 40KB.