Volume V – Number 1
Optimizing Direct-Care Paraprofessionals’ Adherence to Behavioral Support Programs:Matthew N. I. Oliver, Gemma D. Skillman, Department of Psychology, University of South DakotaDiscovering and Building Intellectual Capital: Strengthening the Foundation of Services for Persons with Dual Diagnosis:Frances Owen, Ph.D., Carol Sales, Ph.D., Dorothy Griffiths, Ph.D., Louis Lindenbaum, D.Ed.BOOK REVIEWS
Volume V – Number 2
Assessment of Psychopathology and Behavior Problems for Adults with Mental Retardation:Johnny L. Matson, Ph.D., David E. Kuhn, Stephen B. MayvilleNeuropsychological Assessment of Individuals With Dual Diagnosis:Michael Harvey, Psy.D.Comprehensive Neuropsychological Evaluation for Children with Dual Diagnosis:Glen A. Palmer, Ph.D.
Volume V – Number 3
Mental Health in Mental Retardation: Current Developments and Future Challenges in Europe (Lecture to the 3rd Congress of European Association for Mental Health in Mental Retardation, Berlin, Germany, September, 2001):Anton Dosen, M.D., Ph.D.Providing Therapy Services To People Who Have Been Sexually Abused:Sheila Mansell, Ph.D.Consumer Choice in Vocational Rehabilitation: Case Study Examples from the Connecticut “CHOICE” Project:Debora M. Presbie, M.A., Director, Innovations in Choice Project, A.J. Pappanikou Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Education, Research, and Service, University of Connecticut, Jacqueline Dunaway, MA, Educational Consultant
Volume V – Number 4
Masquerade: Uncovering and Treating the Many Causes of Aggression in Individuals with Developmental Disabilities:Lauren Charlot, Ph.D., Karen Shedlack, M.D.Of Dreams and Nightmares: Cloning and Developmental Disabilities:Stu Smith, Ph.D.Evaluation of Two Self-Report Depression Measures for Adults with Down Syndrome:Sarah H. Ailey Ph.D. (c), R.N., Beth Marks Ph.D., R.N., Tamar Heller, Ph.D.
Volume V – Number 5
Behavioral Relaxation Training (BRT) With Children With Dual Diagnoses:Theodosia R. Paclawskyj, Ph.D.The Nurse Practitioner as an Alternative to Quality Care and Cost Effectiveness in Treating People with a Dual Diagnosis:Michael Wisher, M.S.N., R.N., N.P.P., A.N.P.The Role of Cultural Factors and Deinstitutionalization of Persons with Mental Retardation: A View from the Rural South:Sarah Kathleen Barnhill, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, Jarrett Barnhill, M.D.Book Review: Bringing up a Challenging Child at Home: When Love is not Enough
Volume V – Number 6
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