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Walk-A-Line

Title

Walk-A-Line

Description

The Walk-A-Line instrument obtained a measurement of the subject's motor skills. Subjects were timed walking on a line six inches wide by six feet long. In the first trial, the subjects were asked to walk the line at a regular pace. For the second and third trials, the subjects were asked to walk the line slowly.

WAVE 3: The Walk-A-Line instrument (PDF 2.4MG) was administered to subjects in Cohort 0.

Citations

Kochanska, Grazyna; Murray, Kathleen T.; Harlan, Elena T. Effortful control in early childhood: Continuity and change, antecedents, and implications for social development. Developmental Psychology. 2000 Mar. 36 (2): 220-232.

Related Internet Resources

Abstract of Kochanska, et. al. cited article from Education Resources Information Center

PHDCN Administration

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