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Author: Tom Manly, ... [et al.]
Summary: The TEA-Ch comprises 9 subtests which measure children's abilities to selectively attend, to sustain their attention, to divide their attention between two tasks, to switch attention from one thing to another and to withhold (inhibit) verbal and motor responses.
Library Record: Call # WS 105.5 C7 T253t 1999 ATOOLS (Reserve Desk)
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