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  2. Simeonsson RJ, Chen J, Hu Y. Functional assessment of Chinese children with the ABILITIES index. Disabil Rehabil 1995 Oct;17(7):400-10. The diagnosis and classification of children with disabilities are persistent concerns in paediatric and habilitative services...

  3. Huang HS, Hanley JR. Phonological awareness and visual skills in learning to read Chinese and English. Cognition 1995 Jan;54(1):73-98. It is well known that phonological awareness is closely related to reading skill in children who are learning...

  4. Ekblad S. Influence of child-rearing on aggressive behavior in a transcultural perspective. Acta Psychiatr Scand Suppl 1988;344:133-9. The aim of this paper is to summarize the literature and exemplify the author's research findings concerning...

  5. Stevenson HW, Lee SY, Stigler JW. Mathematics achievement of Chinese, Japanese, and American children. Science 1986 Feb 14;231(4739):693-9. American kindergarten children lag behind Japanese children in their understanding of mathematics; by fifth grade...

  6. Stevenson HW, Stigler JW, Lee SY, Lucker GW, Kitamura S, Hsu CC. Cognitive performance and academic achievement of Japanese, Chinese, and American children. Child Dev 1985 Jun;56(3):718-34. Chinese, Japanese, and American children at grades 1 and 5 were given a battery of 10 cognitive tasks and tests...

  7. Dugdale AE, Chen ST. Ethnic differences in the Goodenough-Harris draw-a-man and draw-a-woman tests. Arch Dis Child 1979 Nov;54(11):880-5. The draw-a-man (DAM) and draw-a-woman (DAW) tests were given to 307 schoolchildren in Petaling Jaya...