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Baroda Developmental Screening Test is a developmental measure, ascreening test for motor-mental assessment of infants, developed from Bayley Scales of Infant Development. It is meant to be used by child psychologists rather than physicians.
The test was developed by Promila Phatak in 1991 at Department of Child Development, University of Baroda.
Other tests used for developmental surveillance of a child:
- Denver Developmental Screening Test
- Trivandrum Developmental Screening Chart
- Goodenough-Harris Draw-A-Person Test