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Video Games to Augment Leisure Programming in a State Hospital Residence for Developmentally Disabled Clients
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Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 6, Number 1, ISSN 0162-6434

Abstract

Three mildly and moderately retarded, physically handicapped institutionalized men (17-30 years old) successfully participated in a recreation program involving adapted videogames. Doubles play fostered cooperative social interaction between players. (CL)

Citation

Powers, J. & Ball, T.S. (1983). Video Games to Augment Leisure Programming in a State Hospital Residence for Developmentally Disabled Clients. Journal of Special Education Technology, 6(1), 48-57. Retrieved October 16, 2019 from .

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