Volume 21 Issue 4 (2022)
International Journal on Disability and Human Development

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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

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Table of Contents

REVIEW RESEARCH

A review on the effectiveness of hearing conservation programme among noise-exposed employees
Noraidah Ismail and Mohd N Zakaria

Is transient evoked otoacoustic emission (TEOAE) suppression test ready to be used in clinical settings?
Maziah Romli, Shiuan T Wee, Mohd FN Rashid, Ahmad AA Dzulkarnain, Noor AA Wahab, and Mohd N Zakaria

Criminal identity desistance
Lino Faccini

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

The effectiveness of Bisinglah, BEB! A classroom-based hearing conservation programme for youth
Kamarul A Ishak, Noraidah Ismail, Sarah Rahmat, and Mohd N Zakaria

Occupational noise management: A preliminary study on compliance with hearing conservation programme in Malaysia’s manufacturing industry
Noraidah Ismail, Philip Newall, and Mohd N Zakaria

Eduball as a method of brain training for lower performing students with dyslexia: A one-year experiment in natural settings
Ireneusz Cichy, Agnieszka Kruszwicka, Agnieszka Krysman, Tomasz Przybyla, Weronika Rochatka, Elzbieta Szala, Sara Wawrzyniak, Michal Bronikowski, Michal Klichowski, and Andrzej Rokita

Facing COVID: Engaging participants during lockdown
Elizabeth Sayers

A complex clinical equation for statistical prediction of cerebral movement disorders in young infants
Vania Kaleva Kostova and Assen Romanov Aleksiev

Exploring contact experience and social attitude of social work students towards colleagues with disabilities
Adam Andani Mohammed, Bassoumah Bougangue, and Md Sayed Uddin

Modelling of hypertension in a South African community: Application of Bayesian binary quantile regression
Anesu Gelfand Kuhudzai, Guido Van Hal, Stephan Van Dongen, and Muhammad Hoque

Analysis of modifiable and non-modifiable predictors of stroke in South Africa using Bayesian quantile regression model
Delson Chikobvu and Lyness Matizirofa

A descriptive model for predictors of stroke in South Africa using the least absolute shrinkage and selection operator (LASSO) logistic regression
Lyness Matizirofa and Delson Chikobvu

CASE REPORTS

The role of personal identity in acts of targeted violence: An important factor in risk and threat assessment
Lino Faccini and Clare S Allely