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An Investigation of Language, Mental Ability, and Learning Behavior Development for Children of Foreign Bride Families
The main purposes of the present study were to examine the mental development of children who were born in the families of foreign bride. Children's language, mental ability, and learning behavior were assessed by the standardized measurements. There were 115 children, age range 4 to 10 year-old, participated in the present study. Results indicated that children's language scores were belonged to middle levels for 5, 6, and 8 year-old groups. For 7 year-old, the language scores were low levels, whereas children's language scores of 9 and 10 year-old groups were belonged to middle-high levels. Additionally, children's mental abilities were belonged to middle-low for each group children of foreign bride families. The scores of standard deviation were large indicated that there was significant difference of mental ability for the children of each group. The scores of learning behavior were belonged to normal levels for each group children. Further, the scores of perceptual-motion coordination for 7, 8, and 9 year-old groups, the scores of social skills for 9 year-old group, and the scores of emotional performance for 10 year-old group were belonged to frequent levels for the children of foreign bride families.
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