Special/Themed Issues | Journal of Intellectual Disability - Diagnosis and Treatment

The following Special/Themed Issue(s) will be published in this journal. If you are interested to contribute to any of the listed Special/Themed Issue(s) below, please click on the email address given below. 


FORTHCOMING SPECIAL/THEMED ISSUES

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1 Prof. Victor Ojakorotu
Ghadampour Ezatolah
Disability and Social Inclusiveness: What's up with Achieving this in a Coronavirus Pandemic Aftermath-Environment in Africa This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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2 Nabi Nazari
Ghadampour Ezatolah
Emotion Regulation and Intellectual Disability This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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PUBLISHED SPECIAL/THEMED ISSUES

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Luisa Lobato
Natália O. Teles


Intellectual Developmental Disability Biobanking (IDDB)

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SallyAnn Giess

Harnessing the power of interprofessional practice and education to meet the multifaceted needs of individuals with intellectual disability.

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3

Marisa
Macy

Early Identification: Promising Practices to Support Young Children with Disabilities and their Families Issue Completed

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4 Jack R. Engsberg The Versatility of Using Free Internet Videogames for Motor Therapy for Persons with Disabilities Issue Completed

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5
Harieta Emanuilova Manolova
Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Importance of Early Assessment and Early Interventions Issue Completed

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6
Oksana V. Zashchirinskaia
Ghadampour Ezatolah
Special Education Paradigm in Contemporary Vital Environment at Educational Institutions Issue Completed

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