Vol 4 (2011)

Table of Contents

Theory of mind in deaf children in the context of inclusive education
Joanna Kossewska
Deaf identity construction: a case study
Kika Hadjikakou
Chinese families’ adaptation to childhood deafness: implications for psychoeducational support for families with deaf children in China
Liu Shenglin, Miloň Potměšil
Equal opportunities in mathematics: what does research on how young deaf children learn teach us?
Mariana Fuentes
Social-psychological aspects of the application of alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) in pupils with cerebral palsy
Petra Bendová
Social competences development in youths with a visual impairment
Kamila Růžičková, Ivan Růžička
The sentiments, attitudes and concerns of educators when working under the conditions of inclusion
Miloň Potměšil
Narrative research on the identity of disabled people in Tibetan culture
Ge Chen
The adaptive behaviour of children with an intellectual disability in China
Xie Yuhan
The attitudes of mainstream primary school teachers toward inclusive education: a perspective from the People’s Republic of China
Yan Peng
Smoking behaviours in teenagers – companion and relationship influence mediated by the self-control effect
Lei Yong, Wu Yuxuan
Theory of Mind in autism: more variations and more complexity than once believed
Miklós Györi
Sensory perceptual issues in autism: why we should listen to those who experience them
Olga Bogdashina
The use of computer technology and the internet in teaching and therapy of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Agnieszka Rynkiewicz
Respite care for families with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: how services in Northamptonshire UK are working to meet the challenge
David Preece