Volume VII – Number 1
- The Effect of Psychotropic Medications on Social Skills in Persons with Profound Mental Retardation Jay W. Bamburg, Ph.D., Johnny L. Matson, Ph.D., & William Drew Gouvier, Ph.D.Practice Guidelines for the Assessment and Diagnosis of Mental Health Problems of Adults with Intellectual Disability Shoumitro Deb, Geraldine Holt, & Nick Bouras
An Outpatient Treatment Program for People with Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Problems Mary Genne’ Phillips, M.S., C.A.S.A.C.
Volume VII – Number 2
- Mending Cracks in Service Delivery for Children: Interagency Strategies That Really Work Diane M. Jacobstein, Ph.D.; Lesli S. Cattan, C.S.W.Usage of Psychotropic PRN Medications in Persons with Developmental Disabilities: Chemical Restraint vs. Therapeutic Intervention James Jordan, M.A.
Autism: Past, Future, and Confused Present Personal Reflections from Jarrett Barnhill, M.D.
Volume VII – Number 3
- Avoiding Due Process: Informing Parents of Their Rights Under Idea, Stacy M. MeyersUsing the CAST-MR with Juvenile Offenders with Mental Retardation, Charlotte M. Kimmel, Ph.D; Nedra H. Francis, M.A.; Spindletop MHMR ServicesBeaumont, Texas
The Aging Process in Persons with Down Syndrome: A Review of Findings from a Clinic Population, Bernice Seyfort, Ph.D.
Volume VII – Number 4
- Snoezelen: A Pilot Study of Task Engagement and Generalization, H. Kaplan, Ph.D., M. Clopton, OTR/L, L. Messbauer, OTR/L, M. Kaplan, Ph.D., OTR/L, A. Rodriguez, A.A.S., R. Avigdor, M.S., S. Goldglanz, M.S. & S. Weinberg, M.S.Weight Changes Associated with Neuroleptic Taper in Persons with Mental Retardation Ann R. Poindexter, M.D.
Determining A Person’s Needs With the Supports Intensity Scale John Pokrzywinski, MA West Tennessee Regional Office, Division of Mental Retardation Services & The Columbus Organization
Volume VII – Number 5
- Using Data to Continuously Improve Treatment Outcomes: A Conceptual Framework and Practical Guidelines. Al Pfadt, Ph.D. & Donald J. Wheeler, Ph.D.Do Physicians Receive Adequate Training in the Health Care of Persons with Mental Retardation? A Physician Survey Klara Curtis, M.D., Rod Curtis, M.D., & Sandy Vicari, Ph.D.
Developmental Neuropsychiatry: Embryology and Psychopathology Jarrett Barnhill, M.D
Volume VII – Number 6
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