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Developmental/Mental Retardation

  • Charles Carr Cleland
Part of the Applied Clinical Psychology book series (NSSB)

Abstract

Curiosity has characterized human interest in the nature of intelligence since the earliest recorded time. Questions such as “Why do some people have so much, others so little?” have undoubtedly echoed through the corridors of time. In this chapter, our principal concern is directed toward one developmental disability that impacts approximately 7 million U.S. citizens (Cleland & Swartz, 1982), and this disability is mental retardation. Coverage will focus on research and history from antiquity to the present. However, before beginning our historical journey, let’s first define developmental disability and mental retardation.

Keywords

Mental Retardation Developmental Disability Genital Herpes Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Endemic Goiter 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles Carr Cleland
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  1. 1.Educational Psychology and Special EducationUniversity of TexasAustinUSA

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