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Assisted Cycling Therapy for Persons with Down Syndrome — Implications for Improvements in Cognitive Functioning

By Shannon D. R. Ringenbach, Simon Holzapfel, Genna M. Mulvey and Sachin Pandya

Submitted: October 2nd 2014Reviewed: April 15th 2015Published: September 2nd 2015

DOI: 10.5772/60636

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Shannon D. R. Ringenbach, Simon Holzapfel, Genna M. Mulvey and Sachin Pandya (September 2nd 2015). Assisted Cycling Therapy for Persons with Down Syndrome — Implications for Improvements in Cognitive Functioning, Health Problems in Down Syndrome Subrata Dey, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/60636. Available from:

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