Abstract:OBJECTIVE: To compare the motor development of infants from three population samples
(Brazil, Canada and Greece), to investigate differences in the percentile
curves of motor development in these samples, and to investigate the
prevalence of motor delays in Brazilian children. METHODS: Observational, descriptive and cross-sectional study with 795 Brazilian
infants from zero to 18 months of age, assessed by the Alberta Infant Motor
Scale (AIMS) at day care centers, nurseries, basic health units and at home.
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