Volume 4

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