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A discussion is provided of issues related to neuropsychological assessment of mentally retarded individuals. The first matters considered are test selection in relation to mental age and diagnostic issues. Various methods of evaluation are then considered, including assessment of orientation to sound and visual stimuli, language comprehension, right-left… (More)
A 10-week study was conducted in four phases comparing the short-term efficacy of thioridazine tablets and thioridazine suspension for decreasing severe behavioral symptoms of psychotic retarded children. Behavioral observations were conducted in the classroom before and after medication, both during structured activity and during free play. Thioridazine… (More)
An 18-year-old mongoloid girl (trisomy 21) of Asian descent presented two symptoms rarely associated with mongolism (Down's syndrome). (1) Brain stem calcification; the first case diagnosed in vivo in mongolism on computerized axial tomography. (2) Hallucinatory psychotic depression; the first case successfully treated, to full recovery from the psychosis,… (More)
The graphic symbols produced by patients in analysis are essentially determined by the therapist's interpretations in the early stages of graphic communication. The patient learns the 'symbol language' of the therapist. The more intense the transference, the more evident is the adaptation of the graphic symbolism in the patient's art product to the symbol… (More)