6 edition of Behavioural phenotypes in clinical practice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Gregory O"Brien.|
|Series||Clinics in developmental medicine, no. 157|
|LC Classifications||QH457 .B45 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||2002489849|
Pages (July ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Show all article previews Show all article previews. Receive an update when the latest issues in this journal are published. Psychiatric and Behavioural Disorders in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Behavioural phenotypes: growing understandings of psychiatric disorders in individuals with intellectual disabilities Robert Hodapp and Elizabeth Dykens; In addition, this book highlights the principles behind clinical practice for assessment.
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This chapter discusses the concepts of syndromes and behavioural phenotypes, then describes the clinical features of a number of syndromes that cause intellectual disability. Down syndrome, fragile-X syndrome, sex chromosome anomalies, and foetalalcohol syndrome are described in some : David M. Clarke. Background: Though the Down syndrome behavioural phenotype has been described as involving relative strengths in visuo-spatial processing and sociability, and relative weaknesses in verbal skills and motor planning, the early emergence of this phenotypic pattern of strengths and weaknesses has not yet been fully explored. Method: In this study, we compared the performance of eighteen 2 to 3 Cited by:
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In his introduction to the second edition of Behavioural phenotypes in clinical practice book Phenotypes in Clinical Practice, Dr O'Brien says that many people responded to the first edition with the question, ‘Very interesting, but what do I do about it?’.
Accordingly, this new edition gives more attention to management : Elena Garralda. In: O'Brien G, ed. Behavioural Phenotypes in Clinical Practice. London: Mac Keith Press, (Provides a comprehensive overview of the major syndromes, including management and treatment interventions.) Clarke D.
Self-injurious and aggressive behaviour. In: O'Brien G, ed. Behavioural Phenotypes in Clinical Practice. London: Mac Keith Press, ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. The clinical relevance of behavioural phenotypes / Gregory O'Brien Common problems in behavioural phenotypes --A. Overview / Gregory O'Brien --B. Self-injurious and aggressive behaviours / David Clarke --C. Autism-related disorders / Patricia Howlin --D.
Sleep and its. Behavioural Phenotypes in Clinical Practice Behavioural Phenotypes in Clinical Practice Kuntsi, Jonna G. O'Brien (Ed.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.
£ (pb). ISBN: 1‐‐‐1. In O'Brien and Yule published the first textbook on behavioural phenotypes. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Robert M. Hodapp and others published Behavioural phenotypes and educational practice: The unrealized connection.
| Find, read and cite all the research you need on. In his introduction to the second edition of Behavioural Phenotypes in Clinical Practice, Dr O'Brien says that many people responded to the first edition with the question, ‘Very interesting, but what do I do about it?’.
Accordingly, this new edition gives more attention to management implications. problems as behavioural phenotypes: overview, Gregory O'Brien. Aggression and self injury, David Clarke. Autism and social behaviour, Pat Howlin. Eating behaviour, Leopold Curfs. Sleep, Greg Stores al investigation of behavioural phenotypes, Gregory O'Brien and Martin Bax oural interventions, Kirsty Lowe.
ling and advising families on behavioural phenotypes, Gregory O'Brien and Jeremy Turk dual syndrome summaries, Louise Barnard, Joanne Pearson, Lisa Rippon and Gregory O'Brien 'Thus the book really provides in-depth information concerning almost all aspects of behavioural phenotypes and presents a manual for all categories of.
Behavioural Phenotypes in Clinical Practice Behavioural Phenotypes in Clinical Practice Courtenay, Ken Edited by Gregory O'Brien Mac Keith Press ISBN 1‐‐1 Behavioural phenotypes are a familiar concept to clinicians working with people with learning disabilities.
Certain behaviours are associated more commonly with specific genetic. Request PDF | Behavioural Phenotypes: Approaches to Assessment | IntroductionTypes of AssessmentsConclusions References | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Robert Walley.
This is a comprehensive evidence-based clinical manual for practitioners ofcognitive-behavioural hypnotherapy. Cognitive-behavioural hypnotherapy is increasingly becoming the dominant approach to clinicalhypnosis. At a theoretical level, it adopts a research-based cognitive-behavioural model ofhypnosis.
At a practical level, it closely integrates traditional hypnotherapy andcognitive. Phenotype (from Greek pheno- meaning 'showing', and type, meaning 'type') is the term used in genetics for the composite observable characteristics or traits of an organism.
The term covers the organism's morphology or physical form and structure, its developmental processes, its biochemical and physiological properties, its behavior, and the products of behavior. Background A number of genetic conditions with associated intellectual disability and/or special educational needs have increasingly well‐defined behavioural phenotypes.
Thus, the concept of ‘behavioural phenotype’ and aetiology of intellectual disability may be important with regard to school‐based by: The Handbook of Intellectual Disability and Clinical Psychology Practice will equip clinical psychologists in training with the skills necessary to complete a clinical placement in the field of intellectual ng on the success of the previous edition Pages: The Society for the Study of Behavioural Phenotypes (SSBP) is an international, interdisciplinary research society for studying the learning and behavioural problems of individuals with genetic disorders.
The society is registered as a charity in the UK (No. ) and was set up in Psychiatric and Behavioural Disorders in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Entirely revised and updated, this new edition of a very well-received and successful book pro-vides the essentials for all those involved in the ﬁelds of intellectual, developmental and learning.
The problems faced by those with developmental disabilities are too often heightened by psychiatric or behavioral disorder. These quality of life issues have come to increasing attention over recent years of improved community and social integration.
In tune with these concerns, Dr. Bouras has gathered a comprehensive dossier of essential facts and concepts for all those involved with the care.
Behavioural phenotypes in the classroom: a qualitative study of parental and teacher knowledge of classroom guidelines and teacher views on best practices Colin Reilly, Lelia Murtagh and Joyce Senior School of Education, University College Dublin Key words: Syndrome, behavioural phenotype, intellectual disability, classroom.
Psychological Medicine, 'A refreshing theme of the book is the need to integrate parallel clinical, service and research data, especially from behavioural, biological and psychiatric diagnostic models and perspectives â€¦ Outstanding chapters include: Sturmey - classification, Gilberg - autistic spectrum disorders and Jacobson - dual.
Book Description. The Handbook of Intellectual Disability and Clinical Psychology Practice will equip clinical psychologists in training with the skills necessary to complete a clinical placement in the field of intellectual ng on the success of the previous edition.
1. Author(s): O'Brien,Gregory Title(s): Behavioural phenotypes in clinical practice/ edited by Gregory O'Brien. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London.The Handbook of Intellectual Disability and Clinical Psychology Practice will equip clinical psychologists in training with the skills necessary to complete a clinical placement in the field of intellectual disability.
Building on the success of the previous edition this handbook has been extensively revised. Complex neurodevelopmental disorders need multi-disciplinary treatment approaches for optimal care. The clinical effectiveness of treatments is limited in patients with rare genetic syndromes with multisystem morbidity.
Emotional and behavioural dysregulation is common across many neurodevelopmental disorders. It can manifest in children across multiple diagnostic groups, including Cited by: 2.