Sri Hartini

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BACKGROUND Evaluating the impact of nutrition interventions on developmental outcomes in developing countries can be challenging since most assessment tests have been produced in and for developed country settings. Such tests may not be valid measures of children's abilities when used in a new context. AIMS We present several principles for the selection,(More)
Few studies have assessed the reliability of dietary intake methods during pregnancy. Between 1996 and 1998, a longitudinal study of dietary intake during pregnancy was carried out among 451 women in Central Java, Indonesia. Six 24-h recalls were performed each trimester. We report here on intraindividual and interindividual variability in energy and(More)
Children and adolescents with disabilities (CAD) frequently engage in inappropriate sexual behaviors. In Indonesia, the need for sex education for CAD remains unclear. This study investigated teacher attitudes toward providing sex education in special schools to clarify the gender differences among teachers providing sex education. Questionnaires were sent(More)
Background. Evaluating the impact of nutrition interventions on developmental outcomes in developing countries can be challenging since most assessment tests have been produced in and for developed country settings. Such tests may not be valid measures of children’s abilities when used in a new context. Aims. We present several principles for the selection,(More)
BACKGROUND Sleep problems are associated with problems of cognitive functioning, learning, attention and school performance. It has been found that sleep problems are highly prevalent in children with Autistic spectrum disorders (ASD), with rates ranging from 40% to 80%. We aimed to identify the prevalence of sleep problems on children with ASD in Indonesia(More)
BACKGROUND The Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) has been widely utilized to estimate emotional and behavioral problems in children in the USA and Europe. Although the Indonesian version of the CBCL/6-18 was proven to have good validity and internal consistency in children with typical development (TD) in Indonesia, it has not been utilized for children with(More)
BACKGROUND The Child Behavior Checklist for Ages 6-18 (CBCL/6-18) is widely used to assess emotional and behavioral problems in children in the USA and Europe. Given that Indonesia has a more traditional culture that is different from the USA and Europe, it is possible that the CBCL is not effective in assessing the emotional and behavioral problems of(More)
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