2008
DOI: 10.1590/s1414-98932008000200011
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Abstract: Este estudo investigou as relações entre a inteligência e a maturidade viso-motora. Foram aplicados o DFH-escala Sisto e o Teste de Bender, pelo sistema de pontuação gradual (B-SPG), em 244 alunos, sendo 50% meninos com idades de 7 a 10 anos, média de oito anos (DP=1,08), que cursavam da primeira à quarta série do ensino fundamental de uma escola pública do interior do Estado de São Paulo. Os testes foram aplicados coletivamente, sendo que, no caso do Bender, as figuras foram projetadas no quadro para que pude… Show more

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“…The findings allow us to state that, in addition to differentiating perceptualmotor maturity in children of different ages, this system also positively relates to instruments that evaluate intelligence, reading, writing, and attention difficulties. The studies' results also allow us to infer that B-SPG can be used to predict possible learning difficulties (Suehiro & Santos, 2005;Bartholomeu & Sisto, 2008;Carvalho et al, 2012).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The findings allow us to state that, in addition to differentiating perceptualmotor maturity in children of different ages, this system also positively relates to instruments that evaluate intelligence, reading, writing, and attention difficulties. The studies' results also allow us to infer that B-SPG can be used to predict possible learning difficulties (Suehiro & Santos, 2005;Bartholomeu & Sisto, 2008;Carvalho et al, 2012).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In all of them, highly similar results were obtained, using different intelligence measures, systematically indicating a negative correlation between different intelligence tests and the Bender score, whose main characteristic is that it scores right answers. In that sense, in a single year, the studies by Sisto, Bartholomeu, Rueda, Santos and Noronha (2008) and by Bartholomeu and Sisto (2008) were identifi ed. While the former used Raven's Colored Progressive Matrices, in the latter, the DFH-Sisto Scale was used to measure intelligence.…”
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