Can a computerised training paradigm assist people with intellectual disabilities to learn cognitive mediation skills? A randomised experiment

Vereenooghe L, Reynolds S, Gega L, Langdon PE (2015)
Behaviour Research and Therapy 71: 10-19.

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Vereenooghe, LeenUniBi ; Reynolds, Shirley; Gega, Lina; Langdon, Peter E.
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2015
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Behaviour Research and Therapy
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71
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10-19
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0005-7967
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Vereenooghe L, Reynolds S, Gega L, Langdon PE. Can a computerised training paradigm assist people with intellectual disabilities to learn cognitive mediation skills? A randomised experiment. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 2015;71:10-19.
Vereenooghe, L., Reynolds, S., Gega, L., & Langdon, P. E. (2015). Can a computerised training paradigm assist people with intellectual disabilities to learn cognitive mediation skills? A randomised experiment. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 71, 10-19. doi:10.1016/j.brat.2015.05.007
Vereenooghe, L., Reynolds, S., Gega, L., and Langdon, P. E. (2015). Can a computerised training paradigm assist people with intellectual disabilities to learn cognitive mediation skills? A randomised experiment. Behaviour Research and Therapy 71, 10-19.
Vereenooghe, L., et al., 2015. Can a computerised training paradigm assist people with intellectual disabilities to learn cognitive mediation skills? A randomised experiment. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 71, p 10-19.
L. Vereenooghe, et al., “Can a computerised training paradigm assist people with intellectual disabilities to learn cognitive mediation skills? A randomised experiment”, Behaviour Research and Therapy, vol. 71, 2015, pp. 10-19.
Vereenooghe, L., Reynolds, S., Gega, L., Langdon, P.E.: Can a computerised training paradigm assist people with intellectual disabilities to learn cognitive mediation skills? A randomised experiment. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 71, 10-19 (2015).
Vereenooghe, Leen, Reynolds, Shirley, Gega, Lina, and Langdon, Peter E. “Can a computerised training paradigm assist people with intellectual disabilities to learn cognitive mediation skills? A randomised experiment”. Behaviour Research and Therapy 71 (2015): 10-19.

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