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  • Behrmann, M. M , Jones, J.K., & Wilds, M.L. (1989). Technology intervention for very young children with disabilities. Infants and Young Children, 1, 66-77.

  • Bergen, D. (1991). Play as the vehicle for early intervention with at-risk infants and toddlers. (ERIC Document Reproduction Services, ED 335115).

  • Bradley, R. H. (1985). Social-cognitive development and toys. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 5(3), 11-30.

  • Brodin, J. (1999). Play in children with severe multiple disabilities: Play with toys—a review. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 46(1), 25-34.

  • Bruner, J., & Sherwood, V. (Eds.). (1976). Play: Its role in development and evolution. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

  • DuBois, S. (1997). Playthings: Toy use, accessibility and adaptation. In B. Chandler (Ed.), The Essence of Play a Child's Occupation (pp. 107-128). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

  • Fewell, R.R., & Kaminski, R. (1988). Play skills development and instruction for young children with handicaps. In S.L. Odom & M.B. Karnes (Eds.), Early intervention for infants and children with handicaps: An empirical base (pp.145-158). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.

  • Florey, L. (1971). An approach to play and play development. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 25 (6), 275-280.

  • Hestenes, L.L., & Carroll, D.E. (2000). The play of young children with and without disabilities: Individual and environmental influences. Early Childhood Research Quarterly,15(2), 229-246.

  • Kaplan-Sanoff, M., Brewster, A., Stillwell, J., & Bergen, D. (1988). In D. Bergen (Ed.), Play as a medium for learning and development: A handbook of theory and practice (pp.137-161). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

  • Lane, S. J., & Mistrett, S. G. (1996). Play and assistive technology issues for infants and young children with disabilities: A preliminary examination. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 11 (2), 96-104.

  • Langley, M.B. (1990). A developmental approach to the use of toys for facilitation of environmental control. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 10, 69-91.

  • Linder, T. (1994). The role of play in early childhood special education. Yearbook in Early Childhood Education, 5, 72-95.

  • Malone, D.M. & Langone, J. (1999). Teaching object-related play skills to preschool children with developmental concerns. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 46(3), 325-336.

  • McCune, L. (1986). Play language relationships: Implications for a theory of symbolic development. In A.W. Gottfried & C. Caldwell Brown (Eds.), Play interactions: The contributions of play materials and parental involvement to children's development. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

  • Missiuna, C. & Pollock N. (1991). Play deprivation in children with physical disabilities: the role of the occupational therapist in preventing secondary disability. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 45, (10), 882-888.

  • Piaget, J. (1962). Play, Dreams, and Imitation in Childhood. New York: Norton.

  • Quinn, J.M., & Rubin, K.H. (1984). The play of handicapped children. In J.D. Yawkey & A.D. Pelligrini (Eds.), Children's play: Developmental and applied (pp. 63-80). Hilldale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates.

  • Rosenberg, S., Clark, M., Filer, J., Hupp, S., and Finkler, D. (1992). Facilitating active learner participation. Journal of Early Intervention, 16 (3), 262-274.

  • Sinker, M. (1985). More than play: Lekotek. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 5(3), 93-100.

  • Takata, N. (1971). The play milieu-A preliminary appraisal. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 15(6), 281-284.


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