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Vol 29, No 4 (1995) Two Years of Progress: Therapeutic Recreation with a Person with Mental Retardation and Mental Illness Abstract
Sharon M. Malley
 
Vol 21, No 1 (1987) Recreation and Leisure Literature for Individuals with Mental Retardation: Implications for Outdoor Recreation Abstract
John Dattilo
 
Vol 23, No 1 (1989) Older Adults with Developmental Disabilities/Mental Retardation: Implications for Professional Services Abstract
Ann M Rancourt
 
Vol 30, No 1 (1996) A Matched, Comparative Study of the Recreation Integration of Adults with Mental Retardation who Moved into the Community and those who Remained at the Institution Abstract
M. F. Hayden, T. Soulen, S. J. Schleien, C. E. S. Tabourne
 
Vol 26, No 4 (1992) The Effect of Special Olympics Participation on Community Integration Abstract
Barbara Wilhite, Douglas A. Kleiber
 
Vol 22, No 2 (1988) Attribution Versus Normal Persuasion in the Acquisition of Aquatic Skills by Mentally Retarded Adults Abstract
Francis A McQuire, Ann James
 
Vol 26, No 3 (1992) Parents' Perceptions of Benefits of Summer Camp for Campers with Mental Retardation Abstract
Bryan McCormick, Charlie White, Francis A. McGuire
 
Vol 22, No 2 (1988) Assessing Music Preferences of Persons with Severe Disabilities Abstract
John Dattilo
 
Vol 30, No 3 (1996) Interviewing People with Mental Retardation: Validity and Reliability Strategies Abstract
John Dattilo, Gail Hoge, Sharon M. Malley
 
Vol 26, No 1 (1992) Setting the Stage for Leisure: Encouraging Adults with Mental Retardation who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication Systems to Share Conversations Abstract
John Dattilo, Bernard M. O'Keefe
 
Vol 31, No 4 (1997) Effects of Leisure Education on Self-Determination, Social Interaction, and Positive Affect of Young Adults With Mental Retardation Abstract
Richard Williams, John Dattilo
 
Vol 28, No 3 (1994) An Interpretive Analysis of the Teaching of Decision-Making in Leisure to Adolescents with Mental Retardation Abstract
Karla A. Henderson
 
Vol 33, No 4 (1999) Effects of Leisure Education on Perceived Freedom in Leisure of Adolescents with Mental Retardation Abstract
Gail Hoge, John Dattilo, Richard Williams
 
Vol 28, No 2 (1994) The Use of Self-Control Techniques to Facilitate Self-Determination Skills During Leisure in Adolescents and Young Adults with Mild and Moderate Mental Retardation Abstract
Michael J. Mahon
 
Vol 25, No 4 (1991) An Exploration of Adaptive Skills and Leisure Activity of Older Adults with Mental Retardation Abstract
Barbara A Hawkins
 
Vol 37, No 4 (2003) Research into Practice: Applications and Implications Applying Knowledge of Motivational Goals to Programming For Persons with Mental Retardation Details
Jan S. Hodges
 
Vol 25, No 1 (1991) Interviewing Young Adults with Mental Retardation: A Seldom Used Research Method Abstract
Patricia Barrett Malik, Candace Ashton-Shaeffer, Douglas A Kleiber
 
Vol 27, No 2 (1993) An Exploratory Analysis of Leisure and Life Satisfaction of Aging Adults with Mental Retardation Abstract
Barbara Hawkins
 
Vol 23, No 4 (1989) Effects of Leisure Education Using Different Leadership Styles on Adults With Mental Retardation Abstract
Danielle Yoder Lanagan, John Dattilo
 
Vol 27, No 2 (1993) The Effects of Leisure Education on Factors Contributing to the Successful Transition of Students with Mental Retardation from School to Adult Life Abstract
Leandra A. Bedini, Charles C. Bullock, Linda Burt Driscoll
 
Vol 23, No 1 (1989) Special Olympics: A Review and Critical Analysis Abstract
Jack J Hourcade
 
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