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Linda E. Quijano, M.S.

Contact Information

University of Rochester Medical Center
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box 671
Rochester, NY 14642

Research Bio

Linda Quijano's major research interests are: Developmental disabilities and Concomitant psychiatric and behavioral disorders.

Recent Journal Articles

1999 Feb
Davidson PW, Houser KD, Cain NN, Sloane-Reeves J, Quijano L, Matons L, Giesow V, Ladrigan PM. "Characteristics of older adults with intellectual disabilities referred for crisis intervention." Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR. 1999 Feb; 43 ( Pt 1):38-46.
1996 Nov
Davidson PW, Jacobson J, Cain NN, Palumbo D, Sloane-Reeves J, Quijano L, Van Heyningen J, Giesow V, Erhart J, Williams T. "Characteristics of children and adolescents with mental retardation and frequent outwardly directed aggressive behavior." American journal of mental retardation : AJMR. 1996 Nov; 101(3):244-55.
1996 Sep
Shoham-Vardi I, Davidson PW, Cain NN, Sloane-Reeves JE, Giesow VE, Quijano LE, Houser KD. "Factors predicting re-referral following crisis intervention for community-based persons with developmental disabilities and behavioral and psychiatric disorders." American journal of mental retardation : AJMR. 1996 Sep; 101(2):109-17.
1995 Feb
Davidson PW, Cain NN, Sloane-Reeves JE, Giesow VE, Quijano LE, Van Heyningen J, Shoham I. "Crisis intervention for community-based individuals with developmental disabilities and behavioral and psychiatric disorders." Mental retardation. 1995 Feb; 33(1):21-30.
1994 May
Davidson PW, Cain NN, Sloane-Reeves JE, Van Speybroech A, Segel J, Gutkin J, Quijano LE, Kramer BM, Porter B, Shoham I. "Characteristics of community-based individuals with mental retardation and aggressive behavioral disorders." American journal of mental retardation : AJMR. 1994 May; 98(6):704-16.

Current Appointments

Assistant - Department of Pediatrics, Neurodevelopmental & Behavioral Pediatrics (SMD) - Primary

Education

MS | Human Development | University of Rochester, Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education & Human Development2005
BA | Psychology | Kalamazoo College1975