Observations on the visual-perceptual abilities and adaptive behavior in adults with Down syndrome.

@article{SavioloNegrin1990ObservationsOT,
  title={Observations on the visual-perceptual abilities and adaptive behavior in adults with Down syndrome.},
  author={N Saviolo-Negrin and Salvatore Soresi and Carlo Baccichetti and Giovanni Battista Pozzan and Elisa Trevisan},
  journal={American journal of medical genetics. Supplement},
  year={1990},
  volume={7},
  pages={
          309-13
        }
}
In this research, we consider some psychological, social, and clinical implications of premature aging in persons with Down syndrome (DS). Perceptual and adaptive tests contribute to a better knowledge of the characteristics of mental decline and self-government in DS adults. Visual-perceptual abilities (as measured by the Frosting Development Test of Visual Perception) and behavioral and social adaptation (measured by the Brown Adaptive Behavioral Inventory) were examined in 44 DS subjects… CONTINUE READING

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