Aim & Scope
Syntax journal of Intellectual and developmental disabilities is a multidisciplinary journal. This journal wants to gratify the needs of the people who look for efficient ways to save and to help the people with such complexities.
It is one of a scientific journal dedicated to address the concerns of disabled and the study carried by the professionals and careers. The journal is multidisciplinary that aims to report the symptoms, causes and treatment of intellectual disabilities. The journal invites researchers to contribute the original studies, new policies, innovative concepts and practices.
Intellectual and developmental disorders are disabilities which are seen during birth of a child. The baby’s physical, cerebral and sometimes emotional growth has been affected due to the adverse impact of these disabilities. It may affect various body parts or body functions, which are discussed below:
Majorly the functions of brain and spinal cord are disturbed which affects mental growth and intelligence of a child.
The five sense organs, i.e. eyes, nose, ears, skin and tongue are the affected areas.
Either the organs are directly influenced or how brain infers information from these organs is disturbed.
The problems that occur in a child’s development show up in how the child consumes food for growth and energy.
In some cases, during birth these disabilities of a child do not shown, but during later stages of life.
We accept research, review, case reports, short communication, clinical images, editorials, videos, and any type of articles. It based only on the methodological quality and scientific validity with emphasis on research integrity and high ethical standards.
It is basically aimed at Medical/ health practitioners, students, researchers, professionals, clinical Practitioners, and institutions.Submit Manuscript
- Publisher : Syntax Publishers
- Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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