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Social Responsiveness of Young Children With Down Syndrome

Landry, S.H., Garner, P.W., Pirie, D., & Swank, P.R. (1994). Effects of social context and mothers' requesting strategies on Down's syndrome children's social responsiveness. Developmental Psychology, 30, 293-302.

A Fitness Program for Individuals With Down Syndrome

Dyer, S.M. (1994). Physiological effects of a 13-week physical fitness program on Down syndrome subjects. Pediatric Exercise Science, 6, 88-100.

Full Inclusion in a Neighborhood School

Kozleski, E.B., & Jackson, L. (1993). Taylor's story: Full inclusion in her neighborhood elementary school. Exceptionality, 4(3), 153-175.

Hand-Held Dynamometer Assessment

Stratford, P.W., & Balsor, B.E. (1994). A comparison of make and break tests using a hand-held dynamometer and the Kin-Com. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 19, 28-32.

Diagnosing Autism in Young Children

Stone, W.L., Hoffman, E.L., Lewis, S.E., & Ousley, O.Y. (1994). Early recognition of autism. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 148, 174-179.

Educational Kinesiology for Children With Learning Disabilities

Cammisa, K. (1994). Educational kinesiology with learning disabled children. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 78, 105-106.

Back to the Future

Hallahan, D.P., & Kauffman, J.M. (Eds.) (1994). Theory and practice of special education: Taking stock a quarter century after Deno and Dunn [Special issue]. Journal of Special Education, 27 (4).

In Utero Drug Exposure Research

Brooks-Gunn, J., McCarton, C., & Hawley, T. (1994). Effects of in utero drug exposure on children’s development. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 148, 33-39.

Play and Preschoolers with Autism

Restall, G., & Magill-Evans, J. (1994). Play and preschool children with autism. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 48 (2), 113-120.

Two Motor Control Approaches to Children with Motor Impairments

Sveistrup, H., Burtner, P.A., & Woollacott, M.H. (1992). Two motor control approaches that may help to identify and teach children with motor impairments. Pediatric Exercise Science, 4, 249-269.

Teaching Leisure as a Part of Physical Education

Dattilo, J., & Schleien, S.J. (1994). Understanding leisure services for individuals with mental retardation. Mental Retardation, 32(1), 53-59.


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