Springer Book Archives
I. Foundations of the Assessment Process with the Developmentally Disabled.- 1. Developmental Patterns in Disabled Infants and Preschoolers.- 2. Essential Elements of the Assessment Process.- 3. Instrument Selection.- 4. Clinical Considerations in the Assessment of Young Handicapped Children.- 5. Involvement of Parents in Early Childhood Assessment.- II. Cognitive Assessment.- 6. Assessment of Visually Impaired Infants and Preschool Children.- 7. Cognitive Assessment in Deaf Preschoolers.- 8. Cognitive Assessment of Motorically Impaired Infants and Preschoolers.- 9. Cognitive Assessment of Mentally Retarded Infants and Preschoolers.- 10. Cognitive Assessment of Infants and Preschoolers with Severe Behavioral Disabilities.- 11. Cognitive Assessment of Multiply Handicapped Young Children.- III. Noncognitive Assessment.- 12. Motor Assessment.- 13. Assessment of Temperament in Developmentally Disabled Infants and Preschoolers.- 14. Mastery Motivation and Developmental Delay.- 15. Assessment of Language in Developmentally Disabled Infants and Preschoolers.- 16. Environmental Assessment of Developmentally Disabled Infants and Preschoolers.- 17. Biophysical Considerations in the Assessment of Young Children with a Developmental Disability.- IV. From Assessment to Intervention.- 18. Interface between Assessment and Intervention for Infants and Preschoolers with Disabilities.- 19. Issues in the Linkage of Assessment to Intervention.- Author Index.