Understanding Williams Syndrome: Behavioral Patterns and Interventions

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List of Tables
Table 2.1 Research on Semantics of WSs
Table 2.2 Research on Semantics of WSs
Table 2.3 WS Language Pragmatics: Skills and Problems
Table 3.1 Language Intervention Approaches for WSs
Table 4.1 Research on Visuospatial Construction Deficits of WSs
Table 4.2 Research on on of Visuospatial Cognition in WSs
Table 4.3 Research on Face Recognition and Related Abilities of WSs
Table 4.4 Visuospatial Domains: Individual Differences and Developmental Trends in WSs
Table 4.5 Research on Motor Functioning in WSs
Table 5.1 Social Skills and Overfriendliness of WSs: Summary of Results
Table 5.2 Peer Relations of WSs: Summary of Results
Table 5.3 elat and i ons of WSs: Summary of Results
Table 5.4 Cognition of WSs: Summary of Results
Table 5.5 Short-Term Memory Studies of WSs: Summary of Results
Table 5.6 hort-Term Memory Studies of WSs: Summary of Results
Table 5.7 ryStudies of WSs: Summary of Results
Table 6.1 Research on Fears, Anxieties, and Emotionality of WSs
Table 6.2 Research on Distractibility and Attentional Problems of WSs
Table 6.3 Research on WS Impulsivity
Table 6.4 Research on Problems of Poor Adaptability in WSs
Table 6.5 Research on Low Frustration Tolerance of WSs: Outer-Directed Responses
Table 6.6 Low Frustration Tolerance of WSs: Outer-Directed Res ponses Responses
Table 6.7 Research on Atypical Activity in WSs
Table 6.8 Research on General Behavioral Disturbance in WSs
Table 6.9 Typical Features of WS and Autism
Table 6.10 Features of WS and Auti
Table 6.11 Research on Behavior Disorders in WSs
Table 8.1 Prototypic and Associated Features of WS by Area
Table 8.2 Relations between Topical Categories and Subcategories
Table 8.3 Categories of Intervention for WSs

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