4 edition of The effect of anxiety on the motor performance of mentally retarded and nonretarded adolescents found in the catalog.
The effect of anxiety on the motor performance of mentally retarded and nonretarded adolescents
Written in English
|Statement||by Barbara J. Spietz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 60 leaves|
|Number of Pages||60|
The social-cognitive skills of 38 young retarded children ages 24 to 92 months were assessed on a set of communication tasks. Analyses examined (a) the relationship of social age and social communication, (b) whether performance levels indicate that the tasks conform to an ordinal sequence, and (c) the extent to which such a sequence would resemble that determined by Cited by: 6. The aim of this study was to examine the conscious processing hypothesis as an explanation of the anxiety/performance relationship. The study was designed to identify conscious processing performance effects while controlling for an alternative attentional threshold explanation identified in previous research.
The Evaluation and Treatment of The Mentally Retarded Child in Clinics Papers given at a professional training institute, March , New York, New York co-sponsored by New York Medical College and the National Association for Retarded Children, Inc. $ per copy 10 or more copies: $ per copy. Regular practice of relaxation in reducing anxiety in mentally retarded children’ mothers with different demographic characteristics Source Total squares DF Mean squares F sig Effect size Pre -test anxiety 1 Group 1 56 Author: Gholamreza Golmohammadnajad Bahrami, Rogayeh Mohammadi Bonab.
1. J Exp Child Psychol. Aug;24(1) A follow-up developmental study of hypothesis behavior among mentally retarded and nonretarded by: X I The influence of task incompletion upon motor skill performance of mildly retarded adolescents. AU Surburg, P.R. JN American Corrective Therapy Journal; Mar/Apr 40(2) A B The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of task incompletion upon reaction, movement, and response times of mildly retarded adolescents.
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The effect of anxiety on the motor performance of mentally retarded and nonretarded adolescents. [Barbara J Spietz] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create. Rarick GL, Beuter AC () The effect of mainstreaming on the motor performance of mentally retarded and nonretarded students. Adapt Phys Activity Q –Google Scholar. Santomier J, Kopczuk W () Facilitation of interactions between retarded and nonretarded students in a physical education by: 2.
The Effects of Anxiety on Motor Performance: A Test of the Conscious Processing Hypothesis Article in Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 27(2) June with Reads. A.E. Wall retarded.1• • The cognitive demands of a motor task increase with task oomplexity and, as the complexity of a task increases, the motor performance of the moderately retarded decreases.u, II Greater intra individual variability and wider individual differences are found in.
Two adjective pairs in comparative form, more-less and taller-shorter, were tested with moderately mentally retarded (MR) and nonretarded children (NR) matched on verbal mental age (MA) and socioeconomic status (SES) in a “show” and an “act-out” experimental condition. The data indicated that all the main effects, the group, the experimental condition, and the unmarked Cited by: 5.
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to test the effects of physical training in motor skills in mentally retarded children. Throughout this process arious types of motor skills are used.
Educable mentally retarded and nonretarded adolescents participated in incidental learning tasks that emphasized the utilization of processes that were consciously controlled but not deliberately aimed at memory (Experiment 1).
Retarded individuals' performance on a standard recognition test was equivalent to that Cited by: 9. CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE impaired, visually-impaired and severely mentally retarded children on the evaluative dimension. Males showed more favourable attitude towards the educable, mentally retarded and speech impaired.
higher child depression and anxiety and lower self-esteem. MaternalFile Size: 89KB. The relationship between adolescent adjustment problems and different family environments was examined in 25 mildly retarded individuals.
Analysis of the data revealed that those from supportive families were the least likely to experience serious behavior disturbances. When they did, as in the case of those from homes in which dependency was encouraged, it Cited by: 2. Measures included the Child Depression Inventory (CDI) and the Child Behavior Profile (CBP), with children being compared on total and subfactor scores for both measures.
Depression and its various subcomponents were more prevalent in the mentally retarded group. There were no significant sex or age by: In the perceptual-motor literature, similar mechanisms have been proposed to account for the effects of anxiety on perceptual-motor performance, the general consensus being that through its effect on attention, anxiety affects the degree to which we (are able to) control our movements (Beilock & Gray, ).
With respect to how this process takes place, Cited by: This report examines the concurrent validity of different informant and self-report assessment instruments of psychopathology, both general and specific for anxiety and/or depression, in referred mentally retarded adolescents with a depressive and anxiety disorders, according to DSM IV by: The performance of 25 mentally retarded and 25 normal IQ adolescents was investigated on self-report and informant versions of three childhood depression measures.
These measures included the Children's Depression Inventory, the Bellevue Index of Depression, and the Reynolds Child Depression by: A mentally retarded child in a family is usually a serious stress factor for the parents. It often requires a reorientation and reevaluation of family goals, responsibilities and relationships.
In India, the majority of persons with mental retardation have traditionally been cared for. Whether the Psychopathology Inventory for Mentally Retarded Adults (PIMRA) could detect specific psychopathological disorders was investigated in subjects with different levels of mental retardation living in the community or in residential facilities.
An exploratory factor analysis was carried out to check the scale organization of by: children with mental retardation by Ravindranadan and Raju ().
The sample consisted of 50 parents (either mother or father) of children diagnosed as mentally retarded. Parental age group was years. The tools used for the measurement ofFile Size: KB. Among fathers 42% had anxiety, 31% depression and 3% both anxiety and depression. A significant association was found between mother’s anxiety, depression or both and degree of ID of their children (p-value =).
The diagnosis of depression was highest among mothers of children with moderate ID (57%), Cited by: Educable mentally retarded adolescent boys and girls and nonretarded age peers were contrasted on the Behavior Problems Checklist. Mentally retarded students showed more Coonduct Disorder (aggression and disruption) and Personality Problem (anxiety and withdrawal) kinds of by: 3.
Although the present study cannot resolve this issue, we believe that it is legitimate to ask whether all psychopathological disorders observed among nonretarded Psychopathology Instrument for Mentally Retarded Adults people exist right across the spectrum of mental retardation, and if so, whether they are expressed by: Intellectual Disability (Mental Retardation) in Children and Adolescents Article Literature Review in Primary Care Clinics in Office Practice 34(2); abstract ix.
The aim of this study was to examine whether mentally retarded individuals show a specific motor performance deficit on measures of reaction time, aiming, and dexterity.
23 mentally retarded. Depression in mentally retarded individuals is not uncommon and usually is treatable. However, studies of the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric illnesses in general and depression specifically in this population are relatively rare.
Although Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition criteria can be applied to mildly and moderately retarded Cited by: What is the fear of the mentally retarded called? I know this sounds really bad but I'm being dead serious.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in the U.S., affecting about one out of five people at any given time. There are many safe nondrug remedies for anxiety.