Study about Intellectual Disabilities: Sensomotor Integration, Cognition and Behaviour – Strategy of Education and Treatment

This chapter examines several aspects of educational and rehabilitation interventions for children with intellectual disabilities that can take place in schools or other rehabilitation settings. Bruner's concept of so-called growth sciences, which comprise both special education and rehabilitation, is the

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Determination of Behavioral Finance Patterns Affecting Investors’ Activity in Capital Markets

The rationality model is being challenged by cognitive psychologists' research. It has begun to penetrate economic modelling, with a large amount of experimental documentation of cognitive weaknesses accumulated thus far, raising the question of whether behavioural decision models, which capture

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