PREVALENCE AND SITUATIONAL CAUSES OF STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS IN BLIND INFANTS AND PRESCHOOLERS

TROSTER H, Brambring M, BEELMANN A (1991)
JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 19(5): 569-590.

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TROSTER H, Brambring M, BEELMANN A. PREVALENCE AND SITUATIONAL CAUSES OF STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS IN BLIND INFANTS AND PRESCHOOLERS. JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY. 1991;19(5):569-590.
TROSTER, H., Brambring, M., & BEELMANN, A. (1991). PREVALENCE AND SITUATIONAL CAUSES OF STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS IN BLIND INFANTS AND PRESCHOOLERS. JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, 19(5), 569-590.
TROSTER, H., Brambring, M., and BEELMANN, A. (1991). PREVALENCE AND SITUATIONAL CAUSES OF STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS IN BLIND INFANTS AND PRESCHOOLERS. JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 19, 569-590.
TROSTER, H., Brambring, M., & BEELMANN, A., 1991. PREVALENCE AND SITUATIONAL CAUSES OF STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS IN BLIND INFANTS AND PRESCHOOLERS. JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, 19(5), p 569-590.
H. TROSTER, M. Brambring, and A. BEELMANN, “PREVALENCE AND SITUATIONAL CAUSES OF STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS IN BLIND INFANTS AND PRESCHOOLERS”, JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 19, 1991, pp. 569-590.
TROSTER, H., Brambring, M., BEELMANN, A.: PREVALENCE AND SITUATIONAL CAUSES OF STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS IN BLIND INFANTS AND PRESCHOOLERS. JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY. 19, 569-590 (1991).
TROSTER, H, Brambring, Michael, and BEELMANN, A. “PREVALENCE AND SITUATIONAL CAUSES OF STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS IN BLIND INFANTS AND PRESCHOOLERS”. JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 19.5 (1991): 569-590.
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