By Amna Arif
The American organization on psychological Retardation (2002), defines psychological retardation as “Mental retardation is incapacity characterised through major obstacle either in highbrow functioning and in adaptive habit as expressed in conceptual, social and functional adaptive talents. This incapacity originates prior to age 18”. (p.1). Social talents are particular behaviors that facilitate interpersonal interactions and retain a level of independence in day-by-day functioning. Social competence consists of using these talents on the correct instances and areas, displaying social conception, cognition, and judgment of the way to behave in a specific state of affairs and the way to regulate one’s habit to satisfy diverse occasions (Greenspan, 1979, 1990; Kerr & Nelson, 1989; Sargent, 1989).
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Role of Social Skills Training in Improving Social Competence in Individuals with Mental Retardation by Amna Arif