Clinical psychologists' attitudes towards the biology and 'new genetics' of intellectual and developmental disabilities: a pilot study using Q-methodology

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Hare, Dougal J.; Vahey, C.; Walker, S.; Wittkowski, A.;
(2016)

Background The current study investigated how ideas and models from the ‘New Genetics’ and associated fields of developmental neuroscience and behavioural phenotypes are perceived by clinical psychologists working with people with intellectual and developmental disabili... View more
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