Charley Sheaffer

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Outcomes were compared for 31 very-low-birthweight children recovered from chronic lung disease and 31 very-low-birthweight controls. All children had been free of major abnormalities on neonatal cranial ultrasonography. At 4 to 5 years of age, children were examined by a pediatrician and tested by a psychologist who administered the Wechsler Preschool and(More)
Although the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) and the Millon Adolescent Personality Inventory (MAPI) are both widely used in the clinical assessment of adolescents, no research has examined the interrelationship between these two instruments. We investigated MMPI and MAPI responses from 199 adolescents assessed at entrance to inpatient or(More)
Ratio developmental quotients (DQs) from Bayley Scales administered after age 30 months were compared to Stanford-Binet IQs secured later. Means from two testings of 42 mentally retarded children were almost identical. The DQs and IQs correlated .81, p less than .001. These findings justify the use of Bayley ratio quotients to determine intellectual level(More)
Scores on the Test of Visual-motor Skills, Developmental Test of Visual-motor Integration, and Bender-Gestalt test were compared for a sample of 44 elementary school children referred for evaluation of learning disorders. While the tests shared common variance, the mean standard score on the Test of Visual-motor Skills was significantly lower than the means(More)
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