Incidence and trends in psychopathology symptoms over time in adults with severe to profound intellectual disability.

@article{Horovitz2011IncidenceAT,
  title={Incidence and trends in psychopathology symptoms over time in adults with severe to profound intellectual disability.},
  author={Max Horovitz and Johnny Lee Matson and Megan Sipes and Mary Elizabeth Shoemaker and Brian C. Belva and Jerald W. Bamburg},
  journal={Research in developmental disabilities},
  year={2011},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={
          685-92
        }
}
Individuals with intellectual disability (ID) have a high risk for developing comorbid psychopathology. While researchers have shown that symptoms of psychopathology remain relatively stable in children with ID over time, little research has been conducted to demonstrate symptom stability for adults with ID. Incidence of psychopathology symptoms was examined in 124 adults with severe to profound ID. Then, trends in symptoms of psychopathology over time were studied in 74 of those individuals… CONTINUE READING
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