mild mental retardation


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mild mental retardation

[′mīld ′ment·əl ‚rē‚tär′dā·shən]
(psychology)
Subnormal general intellectual functioning in which the intelligence quotient is approximately 52-67.
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Under the conditions of our study, use of visual aids as a learning tool for children with mild mental retardation resulted an improvement in underhand volleyball Serve.
This is especially true for mild mental retardation where males have about a 1.
Severe mental retardation is observed rarely, but mild mental retardation is observed more commonly (5).
The borderline intellectual functioning quotient of intelligence is from 67 to 83, mild mental retardation has IQ from 50-66, IQ of the moderate mental retardation is 33-49, IQ for the severe mental retardation is 16-32 and IQ for the profound mental retardation is below 16.
Most young adults here express that they do not want to work outside because they have a lot of friends in sheltered workshops, and some of the young adults, especially those with mild mental retardation, quit their jobs after working a couple of weeks outside because they did not like the jobs .
Denise Anderson chose not to allow mild mental retardation to define her life.
Her two sisters are also suffering from mild mental retardation.
Many other cases appeared to involve individuals with mild mental retardation or personality disorders and to revolve around issues of inheritance.
teacher ratings of students' opportunity for self-determination, students' level of inclusion, and students' attendance at their IEP meetings), and students' self-reported level of self-determination on two widely used assessments (The Arc's Self-Determination Scale and the AIR Self-Determination Scale) in students with learning disabilities, mild mental retardation, moderate mental retardation, and other health impairments.
The results of this study showed that self-concept was significantly poorer in the group of persons with mild mental retardation than in the nonretarded group, and that the borderline group had a better self-concept than the group with retardation, but a poorer one than the nonretarded group.
DISTRIBUTION OF IQ LEVELS IN 640 INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY N % Mild mental retardation (FSIQ 50-70) 345 53.