Total Rehabilitation Research
Online ISSN : 2189-4957
Print ISSN : 2188-1855
ISSN-L : 2188-1855
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Basic Study for Development of Assessment INDEX of Psychology, Physiology and Pathology for Intellectual Disability Children;
From Point of Change of Diagnostic Criteria and the Definition of the Concept of Adaptive Behavior
Mamiko OTAMinji KIMChaeyoon CHOHaejin KWON
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2019 Volume 7 Pages 83-94


At present, evaluation of “adaptive behavior ” is regarded as important in intellectual disability, and it is considered that it is not difficult to manage daily life by providing appropriate educational support and social support (MEXT, 2013). People are affected by the environment and their psychology changes, leading to action. If they have a disorder, in addition to the psychological aspect, the physiological and pathological aspects are also affected. Therefore, for children with intellectual disabilities, higher educational effects can be expected by providing educational support in consideration of psychological, physiological, and pathological aspects. Therefore, in this research, by defining the definition and diagnostic criteria of mental disorders and organizing psychology, physiology, and pathological factors, 1) Examine whether the contents related to psychological, physiological, pathological changes are described in the diagnostic criteria or adaptive behavior. 2) In addition, from the point of the QOL of intellectual disabilities persons and the QOL of children, it examined what kind of domain is necessary when capturing the psychological, physiological, and pathological changes of children with intellectual disabilities.

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