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The Child Health and Development Interactive System.

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A Standardized Infant Physical Exam to Incorporate Developmental Screening

A standardized physical exam was developed to serve as a screening tool for infant development. Components of the exam demonstrated predictive value in distinguishing infants at different developmental levels. This exam has the potential to maximize clinicians' ability to screen for delayed development in the context of routine pediatric care.

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Development of a Microanalytic Laboratory for the Study of Emotional and Behavioral Development in the Context of the Pediatric Visit

A laboratory is currently being developed to study components of the well-baby checkup. Using microanalytic technology, we hope to maximize the utility of the pediatric visit, developing standardized procedures that will allow pediatricians to better assess children's behavioral and developmental functioning.

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