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Assessment of young developmentally disabled children perspectives in developmental psychology 9780306427336 medicine and health science books amazoncomtemperament refers to the behavioral style of an individual or the tendency to behave in a certain way in a certain situation although temperament has been studied extensively in typically developing children relatively little research concerning individual differences in the behavioral styles of young children with developmental disabilities has been conductedcontributors donald b bailey jr school of education and families project carolina institute for research on early education of the handicapped frank porter graham child developmental center university of north carolina chapel hill north carolinaour knowledge of the cognitive and social emotional functioning of developmentally disabled infants and preschoolers derives in large part from our assessment of such children this book has been developed to familiarize readers with the characteristics of developmentally disabled children and to introduce to readers aspects of measurement that are of relevance to the assessment of atypical biophysical considerations in the assessment of young children with a developmental disability authors 1988 biophysical considerations in the assessment of young children with a developmental disability in wachs td sheehan r eds assessment of young developmentally disabled children perspectives in developmental psychology

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