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Aggression in people with learning disabilities and mental illness

Mohammad Saib

Aggression in people with learning disabilities and mental illness

implications for care in the community

by Mohammad Saib

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Published by University of Surrey in [Guildford] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (MSc) (Behavioural biology and healthcare) - Roehampton Institute London, University of Surrey, 1995.

Statementby Mohammad Saib.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20148816M

New York: Pantheon Books. Baltimore: Brookes. Blaming the teacher for bad grades. Social information processing by aggressive and nonaggressive men with mental retardation. But what if a child lacks both the necessary skill to perform expected tasks and displays behaviors that help them avoid or escape these undesirable tasks?

American Journal of Mental Retardation, 94, 37— Nonspecific behavioral symptoms in persons with a dual diagnosis: A psychological model for integrating biomedical and psychosocial diagnosis and interventions. In the s, English physician Thomas Willis pictured here adapted this approach to mental disorders, arguing that an internal biochemical relationship was behind mental disorders. By some estimates, this treatment began 7, years ago.

People who experience this disorder often fear that they will suffer a panic attack in a setting where escape might be difficult. The relationship of functional variables and psychopathology to aggressive behavior in persons with severe and profound mental retardation. Treatment of destructive behaviors among persons with mental retardation and developmental disabilities: An overview of the problem. Behavioral phenotypes: A glimpse into the neuropsychiatry of genes Part II : Analysis of behavioral phenotypes-social anxiety in Fragile-X syndrome and autism. Willow Street, PA: Vida.


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fakes, or exaggerates symptoms of illness. Munchausen syndrome, in which people feign an illness to attract attention, is one severe form of factitious disorder. Children with this disorder display aggression.