Self-concept in children with Down syndrome

Self-concept in children with Down syndrome,10.3104/reports.63,Down Syndrome Research and Practice,Monica Cuskelly,Inge de Jong

Self-concept in children with Down syndrome   (Citations: 2)
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There are very few studies which have examined self- concept in individuals with an intellectual disability and none which have focussed on those with Down syndrome. The study found that children with Down syndrome with a developmental age of 4 to 6 years 11 months have a self-concept which is similar to that of normally developing children of a similar developmental age. The subscale means for both groups were positively skewed, and the subscale scores for both groups of children were found to be reliable over a one week period. Mothers' views of the self-concept of their child with Down syndrome were not correlated with children's own reports.
Journal: Down Syndrome Research and Practice , vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 59-64, 1996
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