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CHILDREN WITH DOWN'S SYNDROME: THEIR EVALUATION BY THEIR PEERS BEFORE AND AFTER PLASTIC SURGERY
Anat Novoselsky, Shlomo Katz and Shlomo Kravetz
ISER: Issues in Special Education & Rehabilitation / סחי״ש: סוגיות בחינוך מיוחד ובשיקום
חוברת 5 (כסלו תשמ"ט / דצמבר 1988), pp. 89-99
Published by: University of Haifa / אוניברסיטת חיפה
Stable URL: http:/stable/23450269
Page Count: 11
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The purpose of the present research was to investigate whether the change in the appearance of children with Down's Syndrome who had undergone plastic surgery, affects their evaluation by their normal peers. Slides of children with Down's Syndrome prior to and following surgery were shown to normal children, followed by verbal information about the children with D.S. The subjects were asked to evaluate the children seen in the slides. Analysis of the results of the study did not provide clear-cut answers to the question raised by the research.
ISER: Issues in Special Education & Rehabilitation / סחי״ש: סוגיות בחינוך מיוחד ובשיקום © 1988 University of Haifa / אוניברסיטת חיפה