Validity of a Primary Screening Device as a Predictor of Subsequent Academic-Achievement
Abbreviated Journal Title
Percept. Mot. Skills
Correlations among scores on motor, visual, auditory, and language subscales of a primary device, Yellow Brick Road, with subsequent academic achievement on Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills were moderate (.35 to .81). Comparisons of the third grade boys (n, 113) and girls (n, 111) on the screening device yielded little difference. Implications for screening and educational strategies were discussed.
Perceptual and Motor Skills
Dziuban, C. D. and Mealor, D. J., "Validity of a Primary Screening Device as a Predictor of Subsequent Academic-Achievement" (1982). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 135.