Social Competence in Persons with Prader‐Willi, Williams and Down's Syndromes

@inproceedings{Rosner2004SocialCI,
  title={Social Competence in Persons with Prader‐Willi, Williams and Down's Syndromes},
  author={B A Rosner and Robert M. Hodapp and Deborah Fidler and Jaclyn Sagun and Elisabeth M. Dykens},
  year={2004}
}
Background  This study explores everyday social competence in the lives of persons with three genetic intellectual disability syndromes. Methods  Using parent reports on the Social and Activity Competence domains of Achenbach's Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL), socially competent behaviours were examined in 58 persons with Williams syndrome, 54 persons with Prader-Willi syndrome, and 65 persons with Down's syndrome. Results  The Down's syndrome group showed the highest overall… CONTINUE READING

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