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  • 1.   An exploratory study of teachers' knowledge about the symptoms of depression in young people with and without intellectual disabilities

    This study aimed to explore teachers' knowledge of the signs and symptoms of psychiatric disorder

    J Intellect Disabil, Vol: 11 Page: 183-95 June 2007
    L. Taggart; P. McMullan

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  • 2.   Children's reasoning about the causal significance of the temporal order of events

    The aim of this study was to examine children's ability to reason about the causal significance of the order in which 2 events occurred (the pressing of buttons on a mechanically operated box).

    Dev Psychol, Vol: 41 Page: 54-63 January 2005
    T. McCormack; C. Hoerl

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  • 3.   Measurement of dietary intake in children

    This article discusses the cognitive abilities required to self-report food intake include an adequately developed concept of time, a good memory and attention span, a knowledge the names of foods

    Proc Nutr Soc, Vol: 59 Page: 279-93 May 2000
    M. B. Livingstone; P. J. Robson

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  • 4.   Relational frame theory: a post-Skinnerian account of human language and cognition

    This paper discusses the Relational frame theory: a post-Skinnerian account of human language and cognition

    Adv Child Dev Behav, Vol: 28 Page: 101-38 2001
    Y. Barnes-Holmes; S. C. Hayes; D. Barnes-Holmes; B. Roche

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  • 5.   The global classroom: Advancing cultural awareness in special schools through collaborative work using ICT

    The aim of this study was to examine research on cross-national collaboration through Information and Communications Technology within the statutory curricula of 10 special schools in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

    European Journal of Special Needs Education, Vol: 19 Page: 225-240 2004
    L. Abbott; R. Austin; A. Mulkeen; N. Metcalfe

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