Stranger danger awareness in Williams syndrome.

  title={Stranger danger awareness in Williams syndrome.},
  author={Deborah Michelle Riby and Hannah E. Kirk and Mary Hanley and Leigh Martin Riby},
  journal={Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR},
  volume={58 6},
BACKGROUND The developmental disorder Williams syndrome (WS) is characterised by a distinctive cognitive profile and an intriguing social phenotype. Individuals with the disorder are often highly social engaging with familiar and unfamiliar people and once in an interaction they often show subtle abnormalities of social behaviour. Atypically increased approach to unfamiliar people is widely reported in the existing literature for both children and adults. Parents frequently report interactions… CONTINUE READING
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