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Attributes at Study Entry of Infants Randomized to the Experimental and Control Groups
↵* Mean (standard deviation).
↵† Raw score.
Differences Between Experimental and Control Groups in Length of Time From Entry into Study to Onset of Selected Locomotor Behaviors
↵* Mean (standard deviation); unit = days.
Summary of Group Differences in Anthropometric Variables From Entry* to Walking Onset
↵* Measurements taken at entry are presented in Table 1.
↵† Based on a multivariate F test for group difference in change from entry to walking onset where significant differences indicate an interaction effect.
Group Differences on Anthropometric Variables at the Onset of Walking for the Experimental Group*
↵* At the time infants in the experimental group began to walk independently they were matched with infants in the control group on chronological age to make group comparisons on each anthropometric variable.
↵† Mean (standard deviation).
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