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DDNA 2011 Conference Manual By DDNA
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The complete 2011 conference manual from the 19th Annual Education Conference of the Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association. Includes course descriptions, handouts, and slides provided by... More > speakers. The conference took place in Hartford, Connecticut from May 13th - 17th. The May 14th PreConference focused on Mental Health Issues in Persons with I/DD.< Less
DDNA 2010 Conference Manual By DDNA
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The complete 2010 conference manual from the 18th Annual Education Conference of the Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association. Includes course descriptions, handouts, and slides provided by... More > speakers. The conference took place in Reno, Nevada from May 14th - 18th. The May 15th PreConference focused on Medication Administration for persons with I/DD.< Less
International Journal of Nursing in Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities By DDNA
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International Journal of Nursing in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is an electronic peer reviewed journal that offers new, readily available learning opportunities for nurses and other... More > interested parties who meet people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The journal, which is published intermittently, also provides an opportunity for international experts in the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities to share their vast wealth of knowledge with others, regardless of geographic location.< Less
Resting-State Functional Connectivity fMRI: A new approach for assessing functional neuroanatomy in humans with applications to neuroanatomical, developmental and clinical questions By Daniel Margulies
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Resting-state functional connectivity has been shown to be effective at addressing questions regarding functional neuroanatomy, as well as neurodevelopmental and clinical questions, thus offering a... More > novel methodology for settings where task-based approaches are limited.< Less
My Life with Autism By David Parkinson
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Autism Spectrum Disorder is classified as a Neuro-developmental disability in the DSMV (The 'gospel' of the American Psychiatric Association). It afflicts 1 in every 68 babies born globally - more... More > boys than girls, as the gene passes down from the father rather than the mother. The symptoms of autism include: repetitive/obsessive interests, a desire to follow routines/rituals, problems with attention/concentration and a 'literal' understanding of the world. I was diagnosed with Mild Autism Four Years ago, at the age of 40, which came as a complete shock to me, but which made complete sense to me, as my school days back in the 1980's were a complete nightmare to me.< Less
The Slice of Lives By Craig Miller
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Calvin Cooper runs one of the most successful pre-schools in history. His cutting edge educational system is innovatively changing the scholastic culture of how we shape young minds. His family life... More > includes helping an elderly woman look after two young men that have a neurodevelopmental disorder. He is a credit to society. With the exception of being a serial killer. Calvin is not your run of the mill sequential murderer. He is a tool to the means as there is an unknown and powerful source at work behind his multiple executions. Calvin understands that he is living on borrowed time as he tries to understand and cope with his internal torture. This story will grip you by the throat and not let go. An unspoiled blend of humor, love and murder all perfectly pointing the reader towards the bewilderment of life.< Less
A Neurodynamic Theory of Schizophrenia By Robert Miller
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An integrated theory of "schizophrenia" is presented, based on properties of axons interconnecting the cerebral cortex: Rapidly-conducting axons are replaced by more slowly-conducting ones.... More > This premise accounts for many features of schizophrenia, at psychological and biological levels. The theory is compatible with the "stress-diathesis" model, the neurodevelopmental hypothesis, and the dopamine theory of psychosis - but incorporates much additional evidence. Two, almost separate bodies of theory are involved, one explaining psychosis in terms of transmitter dopamine, the other accounting for non-psychotic traits in terms of axonal properties. A key question is: "Why are people with the non-psychotic trait abnormalities also prone to episodes of psychosis?" An answer is based on the premise about axonal conduction. Psychosocial causes are accepted, along with genetic ones: Psychosocial causes promote psychosis in predisposed individuals, without contributing to the basic constitution for schizophrenia.< Less