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精薄兒의 知覺運動 能力에 對한 調査 硏究

Title
精薄兒의 知覺運動 能力에 對한 調査 硏究
Other Titles
(A) Study on the perceptual motor ability of the mentally retarded
Authors
崔惠羅
Issue Date
1979
Department/Major
교육대학원 체육교육전공
Keywords
정박아지각운동조사연구체육교육
Publisher
이화여자대학교 교육대학원
Degree
Master
Abstract
本 硏究는 精薄兒의 知覺運動能力을 調査하여 精薄兒와 正常兒의 知覺運動能力에 있어서 差異点을 發見하고 知覺運動 프로그램 開發을 위한 基超資料로 活用할 方案을 提示하는데 두었다. 硏究對象으로는 精薄兒群을 서울 市內 3個 特殊學校에서 正常兒群은 서울 市內 3個, 國民學校에서 男·女 區別없이 各各 30名 씩을 임의선정하여 類層標集하였다. 調査方法에 있어서는 Eugene G. Roach와 Newell C. Kephart의 Purdue Perceptual Motor Survey를 採擇하여 5個의 知覺運動領域(領域Ⅰ. Balance and Posture, 領域Ⅱ. Body Image ana Differentiation, 領域Ⅲ. Perceptual Motor Match, 領域Ⅳ. Occular Control, 領域Ⅴ. Form Perception)에서 知覺運動技術을 관찰하였다. 또한 코리안 테스팅 쎈타에서 만들어 낸 김호권의 國民學校 2·3學年用 知能檢査를 實施하였다. 精薄兒·正常兒 두 集團에서 調査된 資料를 各各 性別로 나누어 Purdue Perceptual Motor Test에 의한 点數를 各 領域의 項目別로 集計했으며 知覺運動과 IQ와의 關係를 알아보기 위해 IQ 点數로 標準化하였다. 그리고 正常兒와 精薄兒 集團 사이에서 各 領域別로 나타난 男 女 差를 檢證하기 위해 F 檢證을 實施하였으며 다음과 같은 緖論을 얻었다. 1. Perceptual Motor Skill의 点數 및 Perceptual Motor Skill의 百分率 点數에 따르면 精薄兒가 正常兒에 비하여 현저하게 낮았다. 2. Perceptual Motor Skill의 百分率 点數를 IQ로 나눈 標準点數에 따르면 精薄兒의 標準点數가 男·女 共通的으로 領域Ⅰ(Balance and Posture)과 領域Ⅱ(Body Image and Differentration)에서 正常兒보다 높게 나타났으며 領域Ⅴ(Form Perception)에서는 正常兒보다 낮게 나타났다. 3. Perceptual Motor Skill의 百分率 点數를 IQ로 나눈 標準点數에 따르면 領域Ⅲ-1(Chalking Board)에서 男子의 경우 精薄兒가 正常兒보다 높게 나타났으며 女子의 경우 精薄兒가 正常兒보다 낮게 나타났다. 또한 領城Ⅲ-2(Rythmic Writing)에서 男·女 共通的으로 精薄兒가 正常兒보다 낮게 나타났다. 4. Perceptual Motor Skill의 百分率 点數를 IQ로 나눈 標準点數에 따르면 精薄兒와 正常兒사이에서 男子의 경우 領城Ⅰ(Balance and Posture)과 領域Ⅴ(Form Perception)에서 女子의 경우 領域Ⅱ(Body Image and Differentiation) 領城Ⅲ(Perceptual-Motor Match) 領域Ⅴ(Form Perception)에서 현저한 차이를 나타냈다. 5. Perceptual Motor Skill의 百分率 点數를 IQ로 나눈 標準点數에 따르면 精薄兒와 正常兒사이에서 男子의 경우 領域Ⅱ(Body Image and Differentiation) , 領域Ⅲ(Perceptual-Motor Match) 領域Ⅳ(Occular Control)에서 女子의 경우 領城Ⅰ(Balance and Posture), 領域Ⅳ(Occular Control)에서 현저한 차이 가 나타나지 않았다.;This study intends to examine the perceptual motor ability of the mentally retarded, to find out the difference of perceptual motor ability between the mentally retarded and normal, then to suggest data needed for developing the program of perceptual motor. A mentally retarded group was randomly sampled out from 3Special schools and a normal group from primary schools, respectively 30 children in each group, regardless of sex. Method of study depended on Purdue Perceptual Motor survey by Eugene G. Roach and Newell C. Kephart, and perceptual motor skills have been examined through the five perceptual motor areas-Area Ⅰ. Balance and Posture, Area Ⅱ. Body Image and Differentiation, Area Ⅲ. Perceptual Motor Match, Area Ⅳ. Occular Control, Area Ⅴ. Form Perception. Then the I.Q Test for 2-3 Grade Primary School Children by Kim Ho Kwon at Korean Testing Center was Conducted. The date gotten from the mentally retarded and the normal groups were classified by sex, and points by Purdue Perceptual Motor Test were calculated by area, and points were standardized in terms of I.Q. to show the relation with those of I.Q. To test the differential between the male and female in each of areas in two groups, F-Test was performed. The resultant findings are as follows : 1. Points and percentile from perceptual motor skill indicate that the mentally retarded show lower figures than the normal. 2. The standard points deriven from percentiles in perceptual motor skill divided by I.Q show that those of the mentally retarded are higher in both sexes in Area Ⅰ. Balance and Posture and Area Ⅱ. Body Image and Differentiation than those of the normal, but lower in Area Ⅴ. Form Perception. 3. The standard points deriven from percentiles in perceptual motor skill divided by I.Q show that the mentally retarded boys show higher figures in Area Ⅲ-1. Chalking Board than those of the normal ; on the contrary, the mentally retarded girls lower than those of the normal. But in Area Ⅲ-2. Rhythmic Writing, the mentally retarded show lower figures than the normal.
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