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Ge·sell

(gĭ-zĕl′), Arnold Lucius 1880-1961.
American psychologist and pediatrician noted for his research on child development.
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Tal reflexo consiste em, girando a cabeca do bebe para um lado, ocorrer a flexao tanto do braco quanto da perna homolateral a direcao do movimento da cabeca (Gesell, 2002).
Asi entre las decadas de 1920 y 1930 Arnold Gesell y Frances Ilg comienzan un ambicioso proyecto de investigacion en la Clinica de Desarrollo Infantil de Yale, realizando diversos estudios cuyo resultado fue el Atlas del Comportamiento Infantil, ilustrado por 3.200 fotogramas (Mendonca, 2010).
Then children can be classified as normal (DQ scores > 84), moderate delay (DQ scores, 70-84), or severe delay (DQ scores < 70) based on predetermined cut points (Gesell et al.
Fortunately for GEN Davison and BG Persons, Judge Gesell stayed his order pending the Army's appeal of his ruling.
3-point goals: Iowa 5-15 (Clemmons 3-4, White 2-3, Gesell 0-1, Oglesby 0-1, Jok 0-3, Uthoff 0-3), Gonzaga 10-16 (Wiltjer 4-6, Pangos 4-7, Bell Jr.
She was born in Kirchenlamitz, Bavaria, Germany on May 15, 1922, to Johann and Elise (Gesell) Schmidt.
Este aspecto foi avaliado por meio da utilizacao da Escala ELM [10], do Inventario Portage Operacionalizado [11] e da Escala de Desenvolvimento Comportamental de Gesell e Amatruda [12].

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