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Describing normal development in an African setting: the utility of the Kilifi Developmental Inventory among young children at the Kenyan coast

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Describing normal development in an African setting : the utility of the Kilifi Developmental Inventory among young children at the Kenyan coast. / Kitsao-Wekulo, Patricia; Holding, Penny; Ali, Amina Abubakar; Kvalsvig, Jane; Taylor, H. Gerry; King, Christopher L.

In: Learning and Individual Differences, Vol. 46, 02.2016, p. 3-10.

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Kitsao-Wekulo, P, Holding, P, Ali, AA, Kvalsvig, J, Taylor, HG & King, CL 2016, 'Describing normal development in an African setting: the utility of the Kilifi Developmental Inventory among young children at the Kenyan coast', Learning and Individual Differences, vol. 46, pp. 3-10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2015.11.011

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Kitsao-Wekulo, Patricia ; Holding, Penny ; Ali, Amina Abubakar ; Kvalsvig, Jane ; Taylor, H. Gerry ; King, Christopher L. / Describing normal development in an African setting : the utility of the Kilifi Developmental Inventory among young children at the Kenyan coast. In: Learning and Individual Differences. 2016 ; Vol. 46. pp. 3-10.

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abstract = "The Kilifi Developmental Inventory (KDI) is a tool developed in Kenya for the assessment of psychomotor development in infants and young children. We developed age-appropriate standards against which the developmental progress of individual children could be tracked. The current report is based on three studies completed among 1428 children aged between 5 and 36 months and living within rural and urban locations at the Coast of Kenya. We identified age-appropriate cut-offs and expected ranges of performance to facilitate the identification and monitoring of children with impaired psychomotor development.",
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