Volume 20 Issue 1 (2021)
International Journal on Disability and Human Development

$135.00$202.50

Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 2191-1231
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Binding: Softcover
Print Size: 8.5″ x 11″, Double column

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

EDITORIAL

Sleep hygiene in youth: A core component of clinical adolescent medicine
Donald E. Greydanus, and Mariam M Ischander

REVIEW RESEARCH

COVID-19 support guidelines for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Emily Johnson, David A Ervin, David Fray, Seth Keller, Benjamin Margolis, Rick Rader, Vincent Siasoco, Douglas Wells, Frederick Wetzel, and Allen Wong

Overcoming masking problems in pure tone audiometry: Better understanding is needed regarding sensorineural acuity level (SAL) test
Mahamad A Awang, Mohd N Zakaria, Rosdan Salim, and Mohd FN Rashid

Factors associated with an increase in emerging infectious diseases
Ethel Clemente, Eun Jung Im, and Dilip R Patel

The post-pandemic future for people with a learning disability in England
Robin Jackson

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Verbal working memory abilities in monolingual and bilingual older adults
Deepak Puttanna, Darshan Hosaholalu Sarvajna, and Sushmitha Huchegowda

Urinary dysfunction and urodynamic evaluation in multiple sclerosis
Ismael Carneiro, Ana João Costa, Margarida Costa Pereira, Tiago Lopes, Marta Torres, Maria Cunha, Inês Machado Vaz, and Ana Lima

Alternate fluency skills as a function of age: An exploratory study
Deepak Puttanna, Haleema Shalbiya, Nadba Poonthala, Febida Moolath Kolakkadan, and Abhishiek Buddiguppe Panchakshari

Respiratory dysfunction in multiple sclerosis: A study of pulmonary function and respiratory muscle involvement
Ana João Costa, Ismmael Carneiro, Ana Lima, Ines M Vaz, Joao C Winc, and Sofia Viamonte

Modelling non-modifiable risk factors of stroke in South Africa: Classical and Bayesian logistic regression approaches
Lyness Matizirofa and Delson Chikobvu

CASE REPORTS/SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

Immunity boosting may be a plausible way out to fight the invisible enemy Covid-19 virus
Bijoy Kumar Chakrabarti

Case report: Spontaneous splenic rupture due to infectious mononucleosis in an adolescent patient
Megan Burke, Karan Pandher, Mekala Neelakantan, and Dilip R Patel