developmental screening test

developmental screening test

Psychology A test or questionnaire used to evaluate a child's achievement of developmental milestones. See Psychological testing.
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Denver Developmental Screening Test II: The Denver Developmental Screening Test II (DDST) is used to screen children's development.
Denver Developmental Screening Test results DDST Normal Risky Abnormal (n, %) (n, %) (n, %) Total score 741 (74.
The INPP Developmental Screening Test and School Intervention Programme.
Denver II Developmental Screening Test (9) (DGTT II) was performed by a pedagogue who was not aware of the child's problems during the newborn period and during the follow-up period afterwards.
Denver II developmental screening test revealed that 85 of 117 patients (72.
6% of 117 high-risk preterm infants were found to be normal with Denver Developmental Screening Test and 25.
The Denver II Developmental Screening Test (DDST) is the most widely used developmental screening tool for this type of assessment.
For children between I year and 3 years of age the Denver Developmental Screening Test (Finkenburg et al.
Developmental screening tests are available for diagnosing delays, and referral to a developmental specialist may be necessary.

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