Life with Down Syndrome

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Mitchell Levitz, disabilities specialist for the Westchester Institute for Human Development, and Jason Kingsley, television actor, are the co-authors of Count Us In: Growing Up with Down Syndrome (Harvest/Harcourt, 2007). They talk about living with Down Syndrome. Emily Kingsley, Jason's mother, joins in.

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Comments [1]

Jan Jasper

RE: Your guest's comment that "parents of children with Downs are more likely to stay married" is what's called attributional bias. Isn't it more likely that the types of parents who are less likely to get divorced - are also less likely to terminate a pregnancy?

Sep. 09 2008 11:42 AM

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