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In addition, researchers found that while both typically developing boys and boys with sensory integrative dysfunction appeared to prefer similar toys, they differed in how they used the toys (Bledsoe & Shepherd, 1982; Bundy, 1989; Clifford & Bundy, 1989).
A comparison of play skills of normal boys and boys with sensory integrative dysfunction. Occupational Therapy in Healthcare, 9, 84-100.