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The efficacy of 40 h of perceptual-motor training among a group of culturally disadvantaged kindergarten children was investigated. The training procedures produced a significant improvement in perceptual-motor abilities such that each group was raised to a "non-dysfunctioning" level as evaluated by the Rosner-Richman Perceptual Motor Survey. In terms of(More)
  • J A Farr
  • 1980
The aim of the following experiments is to identify and to describe those factors most probably important in determining reproductive success in male Girardinus metallicus and to investigate how competition among juveniles affects these characters. The quantitative relationships among male size, male aggressiveness, and male sexual activity are examined.(More)
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