Clinical adaptive test/clinical linguistic auditory milestone scale in early cognitive assessment

Alexander Holliday Hoon, Margaret B. Pulsifer, Ramana Gopalan, Frederick B. Palmer, Arnold J. Capute

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Correlations between the Clinical Adaptive Test/Clinical Lingulstic Auditory Milestone Scale (CAT/CLAMS) and the bayley Scales of Infant Development-Mental Scale (BSID) were examined in 61 infants and toddlers with suspected developmental delay. Highly significant correlations were found between the two instruments. Gender, race, and gestational age did not influence the relationshipo between CAT/CLAMS and BSID scores. The CAT/CLAMS was both sensitive (88%) and specific (67%) for mental retardation (BSID

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalJournal of Pediatrics
Volume123
Issue number1
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StatePublished - 1993

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Linguistics
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Intellectual Disability
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Clinical adaptive test/clinical linguistic auditory milestone scale in early cognitive assessment. / Hoon, Alexander Holliday; Pulsifer, Margaret B.; Gopalan, Ramana; Palmer, Frederick B.; Capute, Arnold J.

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Hoon, Alexander Holliday ; Pulsifer, Margaret B. ; Gopalan, Ramana ; Palmer, Frederick B. ; Capute, Arnold J. / Clinical adaptive test/clinical linguistic auditory milestone scale in early cognitive assessment. In: Journal of Pediatrics. 1993 ; Vol. 123, No. 1.
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