OBJECTIVE. We sought to investigate the relationship between sensory processing and pretend play in typically developing children. METHOD. Forty-two typically developing children ages 5–7 yr were assessed with the Child Initiated Pretend Play Assessment and the Home and Main Classroom forms of the Sensory Processing Measure (SPM).
OBJECTIVE. The relationship between sensory processing factors and the sleep habits and patterns of typically developing children ages 8–12 yr was investigated. METHOD. Forty-five typically developing children and their parents or caregivers took part.
OBJECTIVE. The aim of this study was to analyze the correlation between sensory processing and motor development in preterm infants. METHOD. We included 30 preterm and 30 term infants with corrected and chronological ages between 10 and 12 mo.