Differences on Bayley's infant behavior record for a sample of high-risk infants and their controls.

R. E. Lasky, J. E. Tyson, C. R. Rosenfeld, D. Priest, D. Krasinski, S. Heartwell, N. F. Gant

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3 groups of high-risk newborns and their controls were assessed at 92 weeks post-conceptional age using Bayley's Infant Behavioral Record (IBR). The 3 groups of high-risk infants were those who weighed 1,500 grams or less at birth and required no ventilator therapy, those weighing 1,500 grams or less at birth who required ventilator therapy, and newborns weighing more than 1,500 grams at birth who required ventilator therapy. Controls were healthy term infants matched for 7 socioeconomic and demographic variables. The first principal component of the IBR ratings for the 3 groups of high-risk infants and the controls were similar. All 3 groups of high-risk infants received less desirable IBR ratings on most items than their controls. In addition, there were some differences among high-risk groups; ventilated infants regardless of birth weight received the lowest ratings reflecting overall performance on the IBR, very low birthweight, ventilated newborns were more likely to receive ratings characterizing an overly active infant with a short attention span, and very low birth-weight, never-ventilated infants were most likely to be rated as happy but passive and delayed. The differences between the high-risk infants and controls in large part resulted from infants who were also delayed in terms of their mental and motor development.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1211-1216
Number of pages6
JournalChild Development
Volume54
Issue number5
StatePublished - Oct 1983

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Lasky, R. E., Tyson, J. E., Rosenfeld, C. R., Priest, D., Krasinski, D., Heartwell, S., & Gant, N. F. (1983). Differences on Bayley's infant behavior record for a sample of high-risk infants and their controls. Child Development, 54(5), 1211-1216.

Differences on Bayley's infant behavior record for a sample of high-risk infants and their controls. / Lasky, R. E.; Tyson, J. E.; Rosenfeld, C. R.; Priest, D.; Krasinski, D.; Heartwell, S.; Gant, N. F.

In: Child Development, Vol. 54, No. 5, 10.1983, p. 1211-1216.

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Lasky, RE, Tyson, JE, Rosenfeld, CR, Priest, D, Krasinski, D, Heartwell, S & Gant, NF 1983, 'Differences on Bayley's infant behavior record for a sample of high-risk infants and their controls.', Child Development, vol. 54, no. 5, pp. 1211-1216.
Lasky RE, Tyson JE, Rosenfeld CR, Priest D, Krasinski D, Heartwell S et al. Differences on Bayley's infant behavior record for a sample of high-risk infants and their controls. Child Development. 1983 Oct;54(5):1211-1216.
Lasky, R. E. ; Tyson, J. E. ; Rosenfeld, C. R. ; Priest, D. ; Krasinski, D. ; Heartwell, S. ; Gant, N. F. / Differences on Bayley's infant behavior record for a sample of high-risk infants and their controls. In: Child Development. 1983 ; Vol. 54, No. 5. pp. 1211-1216.
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