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International Handbook of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities
The International Handbook of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities is a comprehensive overview of the use of research and evaluation methods in this field. Eric Emerson, Chris Hatton, Travis Thompson and Trevor R. Parmenter have gathered together contributions from a range of active researchers of international standing in their particular field, to summarise current thinking in relation to key conceptual and methodological issues. They discuss broader aspects of the historical and social context within which research is undertaken, approaches to measurement, and the application of research methods to understanding the nature of intellectual disability, the needs of people with intellectual disabilities and the effectiveness of services designed to support people with intellectual disabilities.
This landmark collection is invaluable to those who are contemplating or currently undertaking research involving people with intellectual disabilities, as well as to people who act as the "consumers" of research. It is an important resource for libraries, researchers, practitioners and advanced students in special education, clinical psychology, social work and social policy, community health, and agencies in government and the private sector.
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