The articles in this special issue form three overlapping themes: papers concerned with language development, other aspects of cognition, and interpersonal relations and personality. The papers provide strong evidence of the importance of the study of individuals with neurodevelopmental genetic disorders for enhancing the understanding of the complex manner in which initial genetic differences impact on both behavior (performance) and processing strategies from infancy through adulthood. Much work remains to be done, not only from a psychological or a biological perspective but, most importantly, from an integrated psychological-biological perspective. The hope is that these articles will motivate future studies informed by the genetic-developmental approach both on Williams syndrome and on other neurodevelopmental genetic disorders.
This book provides accurate descriptions of the injuries responsible for groin pain, which tend to occur in association with particular sports. The approach is multidisciplinary, ensuring that the book will be of broad appeal, and the focus is especially on epidemiology, etiology, and possible treatment options. Throughout, care has been taken to depict the state of the art in this constantly evolving field. A new classification of groin pain syndrome is presented, and the coverage encompasses hip, visceral, tendon/muscle, bone, and neurologic pathology. In addition, guidance is provided in selection of the rehabilitation program that will best meet the patient's needs, taking into account individual circumstances.Â Groin pain is among the most prevalent lower limb symptoms. The pain may occur immediately after an injury or develop gradually and is often exacerbated by continued use of the injured area. In presenting the latest knowledge on groin pain syndrome and its management, this book will be of value to a range of practitioners, including sports medicine specialists, primary care providers, urologists, orthopedists, and physiatrists.Â
This book presents many of the cities greatest buildings. From Palazzo Farnese, designed by Michelangelo and the site of Tosca's stabbing of Scarpia, to Palazzo Quirinale, formerly home to Italy's kings and now headquarters of the President of the Republic. this is a tour of Rome's most prized possessions. Hundreds of full-color photographs show galleries filled with paintings, soar ceilings, rooms of state, priceless furniture set against Renaissance brocade and silk. The text relates the history of each archietectural masterpiece, leading family and architect. 150 colour illustrations
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