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Navarrete, EM., Fernández, P., Mubarak, C., Espinosa, C., Peral, P., Juárez, I., Sánchez, A., Pérez, MT., Hurtado, M., and Valera, D.

Article title in Spanish

Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InProS Study

Article title in English

Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InProS Study

Name of journal

Nutrients

Year of publication

2020

Volume of the journal

12

Pages of the journal

3684

Keywords

atypical movement sensitivity, atypical tactile sensitivity, body mass index, childhood obesity, and Sensory processing

DOI

10.3390/nu12123684

Summary in Spanish

Evaluamos la asociación entre el índice de masa corporal (IMC) y el procesamiento sensorial en 445 niños españoles de 3 a 7 años del proyecto InProS. El procesamiento sensorial del niño se midió utilizando el perfil sensorial corto (SSP); un rendimiento sensorial atípico se definió como una puntuación total de SSP

Summary in English

We assessed the association between body mass index (BMI) and sensory processing in 445 Spanish children aged 3–7 from the InProS project. Child sensory processing was measured using the short sensory profile (SSP); an atypical sensory performance was defined as an SSP total score

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Navarrete-Muñoz E-M, Fernández-Pires P, Mubarak-García C, Espinosa-Sempere C, Peral-Gómez P, Juárez-Leal I, Sánchez-Pérez A, Pérez-Vázquez M-T, Hurtado-Pomares M, Valera-Gran D. Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InPr


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Navarrete, EM., Fernández, P., Mubarak, C., Espinosa, C., Peral, P., Juárez, I., Sánchez, A., Pérez, MT., Hurtado, M., and Valera, D.

Article title in Spanish

Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InProS Study

Article title in English

Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InProS Study

Name of journal

Nutrients

Year of publication

2020

Volume of the journal

12

Pages of the journal

3684

Keywords

atypical movement sensitivity, atypical tactile sensitivity, body mass index, childhood obesity, and Sensory processing

DOI

10.3390/nu12123684

Summary in Spanish

Evaluamos la asociación entre el índice de masa corporal (IMC) y el procesamiento sensorial en 445 niños españoles de 3 a 7 años del proyecto InProS. El procesamiento sensorial del niño se midió utilizando el perfil sensorial corto (SSP); un rendimiento sensorial atípico se definió como una puntuación total de SSP

Summary in English

We assessed the association between body mass index (BMI) and sensory processing in 445 Spanish children aged 3–7 from the InProS project. Child sensory processing was measured using the short sensory profile (SSP); an atypical sensory performance was defined as an SSP total score

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Navarrete-Muñoz E-M, Fernández-Pires P, Mubarak-García C, Espinosa-Sempere C, Peral-Gómez P, Juárez-Leal I, Sánchez-Pérez A, Pérez-Vázquez M-T, Hurtado-Pomares M, Valera-Gran D. Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InPr


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Navarrete, EM., Fernández, P., Mubarak, C., Espinosa, C., Peral, P., Juárez, I., Sánchez, A., Pérez, MT., Hurtado, M., and Valera, D.

Article title in Spanish

Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InProS Study

Article title in English

Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InProS Study

Name of journal

Nutrients

Year of publication

2020

Volume of the journal

12

Pages of the journal

3684

Keywords

atypical movement sensitivity, atypical tactile sensitivity, body mass index, childhood obesity, and Sensory processing

DOI

10.3390/nu12123684

Summary in Spanish

Evaluamos la asociación entre el índice de masa corporal (IMC) y el procesamiento sensorial en 445 niños españoles de 3 a 7 años del proyecto InProS. El procesamiento sensorial del niño se midió utilizando el perfil sensorial corto (SSP); un rendimiento sensorial atípico se definió como una puntuación total de SSP

Summary in English

We assessed the association between body mass index (BMI) and sensory processing in 445 Spanish children aged 3–7 from the InProS project. Child sensory processing was measured using the short sensory profile (SSP); an atypical sensory performance was defined as an SSP total score

Bibliographic reference

Navarrete-Muñoz E-M, Fernández-Pires P, Mubarak-García C, Espinosa-Sempere C, Peral-Gómez P, Juárez-Leal I, Sánchez-Pérez A, Pérez-Vázquez M-T, Hurtado-Pomares M, Valera-Gran D. Association between Body Mass Index and Sensory Processing in Childhood: InPr