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Candidate socioemotional remediation program for individuals with intellectual disability

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Redoute, Jérôme
Published in American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 2012, vol. 117, no. 5, p. 368-83
Abstract The authors developed a computerized program, Vis-à-Vis (VAV), to improve socioemotional functioning and working memory in children with developmental disabilities. The authors subsequently tested whether participants showed signs of improving the targeted skills. VAV is composed of three modules: Focus on the Eyes, Emotion Recognition and Understanding, and Working Memory. Ten children with idiopathic developmental delay completed four 20-min weekly sessions of VAV for 12 weeks with an adult. Participants were evaluated before (Time 0) and after (Time 1) training and 6 months after remediation (Time 2). Subjects improved on all three modules during training and on emotion recognition and nonverbal reasoning post-VAV. These gains were still present at Time 2. VAV is a promising new tool for working on socioemotional impairments in hard-to-treat pediatric populations.
Keywords ChildCognitionComprehensionComputer-Assisted Instruction/methodsDisabled Children/psychologyEducation of Intellectually Disabled/methodsEmotionsEyeFacial ExpressionFemaleHumansIntellectual Disability/psychology/rehabilitationMaleMemory, Short-TermPattern Recognition, VisualSocial BehaviorSoftware
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PMID: 22998485
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Research group Laboratoire d'imagerie et de psychopathologie développementale (693)
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GLASER, Bronwyn et al. Candidate socioemotional remediation program for individuals with intellectual disability. In: American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2012, vol. 117, n° 5, p. 368-83. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:29134

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