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Minimal brain dysfunction in children [by] Paul H. Wender.


New York, Wiley-Interscience [1971] .
ISBN 0471933627

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Subjects Aandachtstekortstoornis met hyperactiviteit.
Brain Damage, Chronic.
Brain Diseases.
Cerveau -- Maladies.
Child.
Enfants handicapés mentaux.
Enfants handicapés.
Geistige Behinderung.
Infant.
Kind.
Minimal brain dysfunction in children.
Teilleistungsschwäche.
Series Wiley series on psychological disorders.
Description xvi, 242 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-235).
Contents Minimal brain dysfunction--the problem and the approach -- Part I: The minimal brain dysfunction syndrome -- 1. Characteristics of the minimal brain dysfunction syndrome -- 2. Etiology of the MBD syndrome -- 3. Prevalence and diagnosis of the MBD syndrome -- 4. Prognosis of the MBD syndrome -- 5. Management of the MBD syndrome -- Part II: The theoretical basis of the MBD syndrome -- 6. A psychological theory -- 7. A physiological theory: some suggestions for a neurological and biochemical model of the MBD syndrome.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)133510
(OCoLC)ocm00133510
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WorldCat Identities Wender, Paul H., 1934-
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