Relationship of motor skills and social skills to out-of-school activity participation patterns in children with Asberger Syndrome
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Occupational Therapy
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Claudia Hilton. 2006. Relationship of motor skills and social skills to out-of-school activity participation patterns in children with Asberger Syndrome. Doctoral dissertation. Nova Southeastern University. Retrieved from NSUWorks, College of Health Care Sciences – Occupational Therapy Department. (19)
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