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Sensorische Integrations- und Praxietests

  • A. Jean Ayres
  • Diana B. Marr
Part of the Rehabilitation und Prävention book series (REHABILITATION)

Zusammenfassung

In diesem Kapitel sollen Wesen, Zweck, Standardisierung, Validität, Reliabilität und psychometrische Grundlagen für die Interpretation der „Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests“ (SIPT, Sensorische Integrations-und Praxietests; Ayres 1989b) erläutert werden.

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  • A. Jean Ayres
  • Diana B. Marr

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