Griffiths, Ruth

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Griffiths,

Ruth, English psychologist, 1909–.
Griffiths Mental Development Scale - designed to determine developmental level of infants and children up to age two.
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Seventy children and adolescents with infantile autism were tested with the Griffiths Mental Development Scale II.
In Sweden the Griffiths Mental Development Scale (1970) is the one most commonly used for the chronological and mental ages zero to seven years.
To test this hypothesis we examined the medical and psychological records of the Child Neuropsychiatry Clinic in Goteborg (Sweden), to identify children with a diagnosis of infantile autism who had been tested with the Griffiths Mental Development Scale II (for children over age two years).
The Griffiths Mental Development Scale includes six subscales: Locomotor (Lm), Personal Social (P/S), Hearing and Speech (H/Sp), Eye and Hand (E/Hd), Performance (Pf) and Practical Reasoning (Pr).
Griffiths Mental Development Scales --Accommodated Version
Use of the Griffiths Mental Development Scales in an agro-industrial province in the Philippines.
Level of maternal education and performance of black South African infants on the 1996 Griffiths Mental Development Scales.
The Griffiths Mental Development Scales (GMDS) are widely used in young South African children.
Use of the 1996 Griffiths Mental Development Scales for infants: a pilot study with a Black, South African sample.
Level of maternal education and performance of Black, South African infants on the 1996 Griffiths Mental Development Scales.
COMPARISON OF MEAN QUOTIENTS ON THE GRIFFITHS MENTAL DEVELOPMENT SCALES AT THE FIRST AND SECOND ASSESSMENTS AT MEAN AGES OF 11.
When tested longitudinally with the Griffiths Mental Development Scales (GMDS) over the first 2 years, children from a deprived background showed a decline in all the subscales except: