Denver Developmental Screening Test(redirected from Denver Scale)
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Denver Developmental Screening test
a test for identification of infants and preschool children with developmental delay.
Den·ver De·vel·op·men·tal Screen·ing Test
a scale used by psychologists and pediatricians to assess the developmental, intellectual, motor, and social maturity of children at any age level from birth to adolescence.
Denver Developmental Screening Test (DDST)
a test for evaluating development in children from 1 month to 6 years of age. The developmental level of motor, social, and language skills may be discovered by comparing the child's performance with the average performance of other children. The developmental age is expressed as a ratio in which the child's age is the denominator and the age at which the norm possesses skills equal to those of the child being tested is the numerator. The Denver II, released in 1990, is a major revision and restandardization of the DDST.
Denver developmental screening testPsychology A screening test that assesses a child's neurodevelopmental maturation. See Psychological testing.
Den·ver De·vel·op·men·tal Screen·ing Test(DDS) (den'vĕr dĕ-vel'ŏp-men'tăl skrēn'ing test)
A scale used by psychologists and pediatricians to assess the developmental, intellectual, motor, and social maturity of children from birth to age 6 years.