The Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 1/2, 2009

A Child with a Cochlear Implant within the Inclusive Classroom - Case Study
Received: 21. 04. 2009Accepted: 15. 05. 2009Abstract from master thesisAbstractThe master thesis is presented on 167 pages. The paper consists of the following parts: introduction, theoretical approach towards the research problem, research methodology,...
Activities of Autism-Europe
Received: 18. 04. 2009Accepted: 30. 04. 2009Considering April 2nd as the World Autism Day, the association Autism-Europe promoted its activities that had been realised during the previous period, primarily assessing the needs of persons with autism in...
Behavioral Problems in Children with Mild and Moderate Intellectual Disability
Received: 21. 04. 2009Accepted: 08. 05. 2009Best practice articleAbstractLarge number of children with intellectual disabilities encounters behavioral problems or show disharmonic behavior within the family, at school and in the community. Researches...
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Criminality at Minors with Intellectual Deficiency
Received: 29. 05. 2009Accepted: 19. 06. 2009Best practice articleAbstractThe aim of this paper is to present, from penological aspect, the involvement and structure of recidivism at minors with mental deficiency within the whole area of juvenile criminality...
Family Risk Factors as Indicators of Behavioral Problems with Youth
Received: 27. 04. 2009Accepted: 12. 06. 2009Original articleAbstractThis project researches whether risk factors within family have any predictive power in describing youth behavioural problems. Family risk factors such as family functioning problems...
Neurorehabilitation of Post-Traumatic Stress and Depressive Behaviors by Brain State Conditioning
Received: 05. 05. 2009Accepted: 16. 06. 2009Original articleAbstractBrain State Conditioning(TM) (BSC) is an innovative technology that optimizes brainwaves in real-time to achieve balance and harmony of the human brain. Since the brain function is imbalanced...
Preface by the Editorial Board
Dear readers,It is my great pleasure to introduce you to the new issue of our magazine. However, before I do it, let me elaborate on the contextual conditions which exist upon preparation of one issue of the magazine. Business sector as usual is not...
Psychomotor Development in Premature Infants until the End of Their Third Year of Life
Received: 20. 04. 2009Accepted: 18. 05. 2009Original articleAbstractPsychomotor development in premature infants has specific characteristics with increased tendency towards neuro-developmental difficulties, such as the fact that certain percent of the...
Secound Forum of the Project "Common Voice Network Project"
Received: 31. 03. 2009Accepted: 16. 04. 2009Second Forum in the frames of the project "Common Voice Network Project" was held from 19 to 29 March in Budapest. At the Forum participated representatives of the following organizations: Foundation Hand in...
Selfevaluation of Competences of the Special Educators and Rehabilitators in the Special Institution
Received: 15. 05. 2009Accepted: 10. 06. 2009Best practice articleAbstractThe primary goal of this empirical research was to determinate how much has current education helped special educators and rehabilitators in forming separate competences, and if...
Sex Education of Persons with Disabilities
Received: 17. 05. 2009Accepted: 02. 06. 2009Original articleAbstractAll children have a need to acquire knowledge about their own body and the way it functions. Also it is neccesary to learn the rules of the society they live in, understand what is accetable,...
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