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During the past decade, noteworthy advances have taken place within the field of mental retardation. The application of advanced biological techniques in such areas as molecular genetics and neuroimaging has substantially improved our ability to identify the biological factors that underlie the origin and pathogenesis of an increasing number of mental retardation syndromes.
Jacob A. Burack, Robert M. Hodapp, Edward F. Zigler. Armed with methods derived from the study of typically developing children, developmentalists have recently learned about the mentally retarded child's own development in a variety of areas.