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‘A systematic review of the clinimetric properties of neuromotor assessments for preterm infants during the first year of life’ Spittle et al.

DMCN Vol 50: 254–266

We wish to correct the following information that appeared on page 255 of the above article.

This part of Table I that appeared on page 255 of the above article was incorrectly laid out. Below is the corrected version.

Table I.   Characteristics of infant motor assessments
Assessment Tool (y)Primary purposesOther purposesAge rangeType of testNormative sampleDomains testedComponents tested
  1. TIME, Toddler and Infant Motor Examination.

TIME (1994)Discriminative, evaluative 4–42moNorm731 typically developing and 144 motor-delayed children from USAGross motor, fine motorMobility, stability, motor organization, and social/emotional abilities, functional performance and atypical movement

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