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ARTICLE 7: Do Infants at Risk of Developing Cerebral Palsy or Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders Learn What They Practice?

ARTICLE 7:

Do Infants at Risk of Developing Cerebral Palsy

or Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders Learn What They Practice?

Source: J. Clin. Med. (2020)
Author: 
Lowing et al. 

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Article 7: Do Infants at Risk of Developing Cerebral Palsy or Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders Learn What They Practice?

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Question One: Neurobiological research has suggested that the effectiveness of neural networks and pathways can be strengthened by early intervention.

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Question Two: The development of manual dexterity and different aspects of hand–eye coordination are not essential aspects of cognitive development in infants.

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Question Three: The hypothesis of the study was that children at risk of developing cerebral palsy and other neurodevelopmental disorders will learn what they practice

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Question Four: The most critical period of development is:

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Question Five: According to the study, the Small Step Program includes:

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Question Six: The Small Step program focused on three main areas:

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Question Seven: Toys and activities for hand function were selected based on:

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Question Nine: The children’s scores on all six outcome measures after the intervention were

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Question Eight: Fill in the blank: The training of mobility is based on the assumption that…..

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Question Ten: Intervention began

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Question Eleven: This study demonstrated that focused mobility training during a limited time period may have

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Question Twelve: What gave the parents a sense of competence

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Question Thirteen: Theories on motor learning emphasise that one of the most important means of improvement is:

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Question Fourteen: The development of hand use is closely linked to the infant’s

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Question Fifteen: Implications from this study include

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