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Age as a factor in sensory integration function in Taiwanese children [Corrigendum]

Authors Lin CK, Wu HM, Wang HY, Tseng MH, Lin CH

Received 6 August 2013

Accepted for publication 6 August 2013

Published 19 August 2013 Volume 2013:9 Pages 1221—1222

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/NDT.S52564

Lin CK, Wu HM, Wang HY, Tseng MH, Lin CH. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment. 2013;9:995–1001.

On page 997, second sentence of the Instrument section, reads "The TSIF subtests are as follows: (1) Postural Movement (12 items); (2) Bilateral Integration Sequences (16 items); (3) Sensory Discrimination (eleven items); (4) Sensory Modulation (21 items); (5) Sensory Seeking (nine items); (6) Attention And Activity Levels (18 items); and (7) Emotional Behavior (eleven items)." 22 should have been "The TSIF subtests are as follows: (1) Postural Movement (12 items); (2) Bilateral Integration Sequences (16 items); (3) Sensory Discrimination (eleven items); (4) Sensory Modulation (21 items); (5) Sensory Seeking (nine items); (6) Attention and Activity Levels (18 items); and (7) Emotional Behavior (eleven items)."22
On page 997, fourth sentence of the Instrument section, reads "Teachers of the participants scored each behavior, as follows: 1 = never (the child never responds in this fashion when presented with the opportunity [0% of the time]); 2 = seldom (the child responds occasionally in this fashion [25%]); 3 = occasionally (the child responds sometimes [50%]); 4 = frequently [≥75%]; 5 = always (the child responds in the manner noted every time when presented with the opportunity [100%])." should have been "Teachers of the participants scored each behavior, as follows: 1 = never (the child never responds in this fashion when presented with the opportunity [0% of the time]); 2 = seldom (the child responds occasionally in this fashion [25%]); 3 = occasionally (the child responds sometimes [50%]); 4 = frequently [75%]; 5 = always (the child responds in the manner noted every time when presented with the opportunity [100%])."

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