Alberta Infant Motor Scale

Alberta Infant Motor Scale

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AIMS

An individually administered, norm-referenced instrument that evaluates the motor development of infants between birth and 18 months. It provides a model for examining the sequence of an infant's motor maturation.
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The researchers used the Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS) and the Warner Initial Developmental Evaluation of Adaptive and Functional Skills (WIDEA) to evaluate 72 of the children, 34 of whom underwent assessment twice.
Motor performance was assessed at three and six months using the Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS).
Eijsermans et al., "Prediction of gross motor development and independent walking in infants born very preterm using the test of infant motor performance and the Alberta infant motor scale," Early Human Development, vol.
Concurrent validity and reliability of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale in premature infants.
There also exist developmental scales focusing on infants' motor and mental development assessment during the first years of postnatal age, such as the Bayley Scales (Bayley, 1993) and The Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS; Piper, Pinnell, Darrah, Maguire, & Byrne, 1992).
"Interrater Reliability of Early Intervention Providers Scoring the Alberta Infant Motor Scale".
"Constuction and Validation of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS)".
"The Reliability and Validity of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale in Japan".
Alberta Infant Motor Scale: Reliability and validity when used on preterm infants in Taiwan.
Motor development was assessed using the Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS), and Peabody Developmental Motor Scales.

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