3 edition of A comparison of pursuit rotor transfer by educable mentally retarded and normal children found in the catalog.
A comparison of pursuit rotor transfer by educable mentally retarded and normal children
Written in English
|Statement||by Francis Xavier Short.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 91 leaves|
|Number of Pages||91|
The International Journal of Indian Psychology (e-ISSN | P-ISSN ) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, academic journal that examines the intersection of Psychology, Social. The persistent question of just how and why slow and faster learners differed led me to include mildly mentally retarded adolescents and young adults in my learning experiments, and to compare them against young children who had comparable raw scores (i.e., mental age) but were of average or superior IQ (73).
Content Posted in PDF. A 17P MARKER CHROMOSOME FAMILIAL STUDY, MARY MCHALE SANDSTROM. Link. A Baseline Controlled Examination of a 5-Day Intensive Treatment for Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Stephen Whiteside, Dean McKay, Alessandro Nadai, Michael Tiede, Chelsea Ale, and Eric Storch. PDF. To our knowledge, only one study used the pursuit rotor and mirror tracing tasks in TS children, and found normal performance in both tasks. Few studies assessed fine motor speed with the Finger tapping test, and both intact [ , ] and impaired performance were found [ 68 ].
The purpose of the study was to compare the effects of massed versus distributed practice on gross and fine motor proficiency of male and female educable mentally handicapped adolescents. Twenty-six female and 26 male adolescents, aged months, used a pursuit rotor to practice fine motor skills and a stabilometer for gross motor skills. In fact, of course, parents of handicapped children are less likely to be able to predict a future for their children than are parents of normal children. In many cases, they have little acquaintance with other, older people with the same handicap, and if they have it is difficult to compare handicaps.
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