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Mehry Nejad S. Comparison of visual motor coordination ability, attention, intelligence, learning disorder and behavioral disorder in Immature and normal children. CPAP. 2006; 1 (19) :1-10
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-151-en.html
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The purpose of this research was to compare the visual motor coordination ability, attention, intelligence, Learning disorder and behavioral disorder in premature and normal children. research sample comprised 250 premature students and 250 normal students. The subjects completed tests of Bender Gestalt, Tools piron, Wechsler (Wisc-R form), Micheal Bust and Ratter (teacher form). the results showed that premature children are lower than normal children in intelligence quotient, attention and visual motor coordination ability, and prevalency of learning disorders and behavioral disorders in premature children is more than that of in normal children.
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