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Title: The cause and effect of levels of visual-motor integration skills on task of executive function in children at age 5 to 6 years old
Authors: Ratchanee Jomsri
Vasunun Chumchua
Panadda Thanasethakon
Nuanchan Jutapakdeegul
Mahidol University. National Institute for Child and Family Development
Mahidol University. Institute of Molecular Biosciences
Keywords: visual-motor integration;executive function;early childhood;visual perception;motor movement
Issue Date: Feb-2014
Citation: Jomsri, R., Chumchua, V., Thanasethakon, P., and Jutapakdeegul, N. (2014). The cause and effect of levels of visual-motor integration skills on task of executive function in children at age 5 to 6 years old . In The 2nd ASEAN Plus Three Graduate Research Congress (p. 264). Bangkok: Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate of factor and levels of visual-motor integration and executive function in Kindergarteners (N=150, aged 5 to 6 years) using the Beery-Buktenica Development Test of visual-motor integration 6TH edition (VMI) and Tasks of Executive Control (TEC). A series of multivariate of covariance analysis (MANCOVA) was performed to evaluate the effects on subscale score of VMI (i.e.,Beery VMI, visual perception, motor coordination) and to control extraneous variables (i.e.,childbirth, status of parent, parent's career and average monthly family income, parent-children relationship). The results showed that the student who have been promoting student's activities especially, fine motor movement are very important on visual-motor integration. Such as Thai culture dance, writing, drawing, or other are promote visual-motor integration and can be predict trend of executive function in the future.
URI: http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/43862
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