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Table (9): Comparison between Mean Pretest Developmental Fields Values of DS Cases (N=20) According to Sex
NS statistically non-significant difference (P>0.01).
Table (10): Comparison between Mean Pretest Developmental Fields Values of DS Cases (N=20) According to Social Class
Table (11): Comparison between Mean Post-test Developmental Fields Values of DS Cases (N=20) According to Sex
NS statistically non-significant difference (P>0.01).
Table (12): Comparison between Mean Post-test Developmental Fields Values of DS Cases (N=20) According to Social Class
Table (13): Comparison between Mean Pretest & Post-test Developmental Fields Values of DS (N=20) Cases
* indicates statistically significant difference (P<