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Social Development - Social development for individuals with DS - An overview
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Social Development - Social development for individuals with DS - An overview

An overview of what is understood about social development for people with Down syndrome.

This book presents an overview of what is understood about social development for people with Down syndrome. Temperament, personality characteristics and social behaviour are discussed. (2 x copies in stock)

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Social Development - Social development for individuals with DS - An overview

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An overview of what is understood about social development for people with Down syndrome.
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