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Pica

  • Linda A. LeBlanc
  • Brian J. Feeney
  • Christine M. Bennett
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Intellectual Disability Developmental Disability Apply Behavior Analysis Preference Assessment Gingival Recession 
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  1. Ali, Z. (2001). Pica in people with intellectual disability: A literature review of aetiology, epidemiology and complications. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 26, 205–215.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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  • Linda A. LeBlanc
  • Brian J. Feeney
  • Christine M. Bennett

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