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Dykens, E.M. (1998). Maladaptive behaviour and dual diagnosis in persons with genetic syndromes. In Handbook of mental retardation and development (ed. J.A. Burak, R.M. Hodapp, and E. Zigler), pp. 542-62. Cambridge University Press.

Einfeld, S.L. and Aman, M. (1995). Issues in the taxonomy of psychopathology in mental retardation. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 25, 143-67.

Einfeld, S.L. and Tonge, B.J. (1996). Population prevalence of psychopathology in children and adolescents with intellectual disability: II. Epidemiological findings. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 40, 99-109.

Minnes P. (1998). Mental retardation: the impact upon the family. In Handbook of mental retardation and development (ed. J.A. Burak, R.M. Hodapp, and E. Zigler), pp. 693-712. Cambridge University Press.

Murphy, G. and Oliver, C. (1987). Decreasing undesirable behaviours. In Behaviour modification for people with mental handicaps (2nd edn) (ed. W. Yule and J. Carr), pp. 143-61. Croom Helm, New York.

Reiss, S. (1994). Handbook of challenging behaviour: mental health aspects of mental retardation. IDS, Worthington, OH.

Reiss, S. and Aman, M.G. (1998). Psychotropic medication and developmental disabilities: the international consensus handbook. Ohio State

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Columbus, OH.

Reiss, S. and Aman, M.G. (1998). Psychotropic medication and developmental disabilities: the international consensus handbook. Ohio State

University,

Columbus, OH.

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