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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24242743/biomechanical-analysis-of-upper-extremity-risk-in-sign-langauge-interpreting
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J Shealy, M Feuerstein, W Latko
Upper extremity cumulative trauma distorders (UECTD) have been identified as an occupational health problem in professional Sign Language Interpreters (SLI). A previous study of UECTD in SLI has indicated significant differences between interpreters working with pain and those working without pain. This earlier research focused on gross measures of hand/wrist movement, work/rest cycles, and deviations from an optimal work envelope. The present paper describes a detailed biomechanical analysis of wrist and forearm activity associated with SLI...
September 1991: Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/7362428/psychiatric-disorders-in-children-with-speech-and-langauge-retardation-factors-associated-with-development
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D P Cantwell, L Baker, R E Mattison
One hundred children (mean age, 5 to 6 years) who were seen consecutively at a suburban speech and hearing clinic were systematically evaluated for speech and language disorders and psychiatric disorders. Fifty-three were found to have a psychiatric illness. The three groups were compared with the psychiatrically well group to ascertain factors associated with the presence of a psychiatric disorder. Significantly differentiating the ill group were more academic and classroom behavior problems and the presence of both speech and language problems...
April 1980: Archives of General Psychiatry
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