Salzarulo P, Berges J, Pêcheux M-G, Bounes M, 1972, "Neurological findings associated with spatial disorders in children" Perception 1(1) 49 – 55
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Neurological findings associated with spatial disorders in children
P Salzarulo, J Berges, Marie-Germaine Pêcheux, Marika Bounes
Received 24 January 1972
Abstract. Spatial disabilities are usually considered either from a cognitivist point of view or as a sign of 'minimal brain damage'. We have studied disabilities associated with spatial orientation in 60 children, aged 8 to 10, referred to us for learning disabilities. Performances on the Bender Gestalt test and on the Berges-Lezine test for the imitation of gestures have been related to the presence or absence of neurological soft signs, psychomotor disturbances, a pathological or mixed laterality, and a pathological anamnesis: the relationships among all these factors appear to be quite complex.
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