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Baroda Developmental Screening Test is a developmental measure, ascreening test for motor-mental assessment of infants, developed from Bayley Scales of Infant Development.[1] It is meant to be used by child psychologists rather than physicians.

HistoryEdit

The test was developed by Promila Phatak in 1991 at Department of Child Development, University of Baroda.[2]

See alsoEdit

Other tests used for developmental surveillance of a child:

ReferencesEdit

  1. Phatak, AT, Khurana, B (1991 Jan). Baroda development screening test for infants.. Indian pediatrics 28 (1): 31–7.
  2. Ghai, OP; Paul, Vinod; Bagga, Arvind (2009). Essential Pediatrics, 7th Edition. CBS Publishers & Distributers Pvt Ltd. pp. 22-41. ISBN 9788123917771.

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