Problem behaviour and psychosocial functioning in young children with Williams syndrome: parent and teacher perspectives

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Abstract

Discussion

Some aspects of problem behaviour evident in older children (e.g. attention problems, social problems) are also apparent for young children with WS, while other areas are less prominent (e.g. anxiety). The implications of the findings for understanding the behavioural phenotype associated with WS are discussed.

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