Neurodevelopmental and psychiatric issues in Down's syndrome: assessment and intervention.

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Down's syndrome (DS) is the most frequent genetic cause of intellectual disability and patients with DS show significant psychopathology (18-23%). Moreover, individuals with DS often show a cognitive decline associated with ageing characterized by a deterioration in memory, language and cognitive functioning. According to these relevant findings, an… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/YPG.0b013e32835fe426

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@article{Vicari2013NeurodevelopmentalAP, title={Neurodevelopmental and psychiatric issues in Down's syndrome: assessment and intervention.}, author={Stefano Vicari and Maria Pontillo and M Ines Armando}, journal={Psychiatric genetics}, year={2013}, volume={23 3}, pages={95-107} }