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In 2 experiments, the effect of active or passive mobility and active or passive choice experiences on children's memory for locations visited while retrieving puzzle pieces hidden in a large room were examined. In the first experiment, fifty-two 6- and 7-year-old children were randomly assigned to 1 of 4 training conditions: active choice-active movement,(More)
The study investigated differences in mother-child interaction, child personality, and family characteristics between adolescents who were coping with chronic benign intractable pain and adolescents who were not. Both groups experienced a similar amount and intensity of pain. Behavioural observations indicated that non-copers engaged in significantly more(More)
This paper proposes the use of hip-knee angle-angle diagrams as an objective method of monitoring and quantifying cerebral palsy gait. Fifteen cerebral palsy children were assessed clinically and studied in a locomotion laboratory. Six normal children in the same age range were also studied. The effects of walking speed on both normal and cerebral palsy(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the effect of season on playground surface injury rates. METHODS Injuries were identified through student incident report forms used in school districts in Calgary (Alberta) and the surrounding area. Playground surface exposure data were estimated based on school enrollment. RESULTS A total of 539 injuries were reported during the(More)
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