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Contemporary Issues in Evaluating Treatment in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

1st Edition, Volume 62 - September 21, 2022

Editors: Anna Esbensen, Emily Schworer

Language: English
Hardback ISBN:
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Contemporary Issues in Evaluating Treatment in Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Volume 62 in the International Review of Research in Developmental Disabilities series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on topics such as Considerations for measuring individual outcomes across contexts in Down syndrome: Implications for research and clinical trials, Remotely Monitoring Development and Treatment Outcomes in Families affected by IDD, Psychometric perspectives on developmental outcome and endpoint selection in treatment trials for genetic conditions associated with neurodevelopmental disorder, Evaluating Outcomes within Culturally Diverse Contexts for Children and Youth with Developmental Disabilities, and much more.

Other chapters in this release cover Measurement of Social Skills Treatment Outcome in Autism: Moving Beyond Informant Report and Considering Diversity, Cognitive Outcome Measures for tracking Alzheimer's Disease in Down syndrome, A Scoping Review of Psychosocial Interventions for Neurogenetic Conditions across the Lifespan, Clinical Trials and Outcome Measures: Lessons Learned from Chromosome 15 disorders, and more.