Prechtl’s Method on the Qualitative Assessment of General Movement (GMsA) of infants (Alexander et al., 1993, Darsaklis et al., 2011, Einspieler, 2004, Haywood and Getchell, 2009, Piek, 2006) is one method of early prediction of neurodevelopmental outcomes in infants. This movement assessment uses video recordings and the naked eye of the assessor and has established 2 distinct movement classifications (Writhing and Fidgeting) which occur in healthy infants aged from term to 1 month and 3 months, respectively.
Invited talks, refereed proceedings and other conference outputs
Turner, I., Xie H.,.Pearcy M., .Grote R., &.Colditz P.
(2018). Can Three-Dimensional Mioton Analysis and Fuzzy entropy detect movement differences in General Movement Assessment Categories in the normative infant population?. World Congress of Biomechanics.