Peabody Developmental Motor Scales

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Peabody Developmental Motor Scales

(pē'bŏd″ē, pē′bĭ-dē″),

PDMS; PDMS-2

A standardized performance test of gross and fine motor development for infants and children. The PDMS is suitable for newborns, infants, and children up to 6 years of age. Subtests include reflexes, stationary, locomotion, object manipulation, grasping, and visual-motor manipulation. The PDMS-2 includes both subtests and training and remediation programs.
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Neuromotor skills in infants were measured at 1 month of age using the Peabody Developmental Motor Scales, 2nd Edition (PDMS-2).
The researchers found that infants of women in the exercise group had higher PDMS-2 scores for four of the five variables compared with infants of usual-activity mothers.
Functional Activities: At evaluation, measurements using the Timed Up and Go (TUG) and Peabody Developmental Motor Scale 2 (PDMS-2) were obtained.
Motor Skills: The Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (PDMS-2) was designed to assess the motor skills of children from birth through 5 years of age.
Of the 87 children with parental consent, all completed the survey and 26 children had the PDMS-2 assessment.
Table 2 shows descriptive characteristics of those who participated in the clinical (PDMS-2) assessments (n = 26).
Peabody Developmental Motor Scales- Second Edition (PDMS-2) [Folio and Fewell, 1983; Folio and Fewell, 2000]
The PDMS-2 is a movement skill assessment tool that measures gross and fine movement skills.
Table 1: Details of the syntheses involving hydrosilylation Hydride Moles of equivalent hydride weight of from Moles of Moles of Sample PMHS-PDMS PMHS-PDMS allydimethylamine allyltrimethoxysilane PMHS- 135 1.00 0.70 0.00 PDMS-1 PMHS- 135 1.00 0.42 0.00 PDMS-2 PMHS- 135 1.00 0.15 0.00 PDMS-3 PMHS- 245 1.00 0.70 0.00 PDMS-4 PMHS- 245 1.00 0.42 0.00 PDMS-5 PMHS- 245 1.00 0.15 0.00 PDMS-6 PMHS- 245 1.00 0.50 0.50 PDMS-7
Due to the potential for initial motor skills differences, the author employed analysis of covariance as a means for controlling for initial group differences on the PDMS-2. The results revealed that the experimental group significantly outperformed the control group on gross motor skills and locomotion.
Data were collected from the administration of a pretest and posttest to both groups to investigate the effects of a creative movement program on the scores of the Peabody Developmental Motor Scales-Second Edition (PDMS-2).
Gross motor skills, object manipulation, stationary skills, and locomotion were assessed using the second edition of the Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (PDMS-2).