27 preschool children were observed naturally during classroom activities. Observations of behaviors of Social Interaction, Spatial Localization, and Posture categories were made under music (folk or rock and roll) and no music conditions. Music selections favored child-to-child social interaction.
This study is the first step in an effort to develop three-dimensional (3D) printing for use in pediatric surgical planning. In order to accomplish this, we established an effective collaboration between Ribeirao Preto Clinics Hospital (HCRP) and Renato Archer Center for Information Technology (CTI). Printed biomodels can be used to support discussions,… (More)