5 edition of A comparative study of the static, dynamic, and rotary balance of hearing and hearing impaired children found in the catalog.
Seminar paper (M.S.)--University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, 1977.UO-80 89.Bibliography: leaves 34-36.Microfiche. Eugene : Microform Publications, College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Oregon, 1980. 1 microfiche : negative.s 1980 oru n
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Steady state HR during WERG at 8 km. h-1 using the 10-in 124. Authors:,Abstract: Children with hearing impairment have deficits of balance and motors. Acta Otolaryngol 1955;45 4 :283-8. A study in equilibrium among the deaf. Disorders of breathing and A comparative study of the static have a stronger association with back pain than obesity and physical activity.
When the Tinetti balance and mobility scale gait scores were broken down by sex, male schoolchildren with normal hearing had a statistically higher mean score than deaf male schoolchildren. European Journal of Applied Sciences, 5 125-28. Twenty-Fifth Annual Report to Congress on the Implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 2005.
Parents reported whether the hearing impairment was diagnosed within the first year or after 2 years of age. It should be pointed out that the volunteers' vestibular function was not assessed. J Vis Impair Blind 2001; 95 5 : 272-87. A comparison of the ability of deaf boys with normal boys in balance control.
Bennell K, Dobson F, Hinman R. Deaf schoolchildren aged 11 to 14 had a moderate risk of falling. Functional testing in human performance. Balkany TJ, Hodges AV, Eshraghi AA, Butts S, Bricker K, Lingvai J, Polak M, King J.
One of the most important contributions of this study is to publish data on the gait characteristics of deaf children and a comparison with their peers with normal hearing, since there is a shortage of published data on the subject.
Self-concept and motor performance of hearing impaired boys and girls.