... on one foot, in tandem walking, and repetitive hand or foot movements) and as being more inattentive and hyperactive. Stanford-Binet IQ of the normal and anemic group were 98 and 92, respectively. Cantwell, unfortunately, did not report the results of any statistical tests nor did he indicate how attention and hyperac- tivity ... Hopefully, these findings will encourage additional research with a larger sample, a more restricted age range, and additional measures of infant development.
|Title||:||Nutrition, pre- and postnatal development|
|Publisher||:||Plenum Pub Corp - 1979|