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(psychomotor and physical development of infant)
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  • Feeding difficulties and eating disorders in pediatric patients with cancer. [Journal Article]
    Bol Med Hosp Infant Mex 2019; 76(3):113-119Damasco-Ávila E, Velasco-Hidalgo L, … Rivera-Luna R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Over 90% of the studied population demonstrated at least one eating disorder or feeding difficulty. The principal effect is inadequate nutritional intake due to limited appetite and fear of feeding, which can result in undernutrition. For this reason, the identification of alterations in nutrition processes should be part of the comprehensive assessment of cancer patients.
  • Residential exposure to green space and early childhood neurodevelopment. [Journal Article]
    Environ Int 2019; 128:70-76Liao J, Zhang B, … Li Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: Exposure to higher levels of residential surrounding green spaces was associated with better early childhood neurodevelopment. The association between exposure to green space and early childhood psychomotor development might be partly explained by reduced levels of traffic-related air pollution.
  • Infants' Age and Walking Experience Shapes Perception-Action Coupling When Crossing Obstacles. [Journal Article]
    Percept Mot Skills 2019; 126(2):185-201Vieira APB, Carvalho RP, … Barela JA
  • This study examined the effects of age and walking experience on infants' ability to step over an obstacle. We videotaped 30 infants with one (mean [ M] age = 12.6 months), three (M age = 14.7 months), and six months (M age = 17.7 months) of walking experience walking on a pathway with and without an obstacle. We found a shorter stride and slower velocity for infants with one month of walking exp…
  • [Psychomotor development from 0 to 4 years in indigenous children. A sistematic literature search]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Chil Pediatr 2018; 89(4):530-539Astudillo P, Alarcón AM, … Alarcón S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Spirituality and nature are at the center. Time as a goal to gain skills does not have a cultural function to demonstrate the acquisition of the inherent va lues to the culture. To base the assessment of development exclusively on psychomotor development as monitoring guide is insufficient to assess the integrality and complexity of the advances, abilities, and skills of indigenous children.
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