SLEEP QUANTITY ASSIGN DEVELOPMENT GROSS MOTOR PROGRESSION OF PRESCHOOL

Ernawati, Dwi and Catur S, Antonius and Astuti, Nur Muji (2016) SLEEP QUANTITY ASSIGN DEVELOPMENT GROSS MOTOR PROGRESSION OF PRESCHOOL. In: The Proceeding of 7th International Nursing Conference: Global Nursing Challenges in The Free Trade Era, 8-9 April 2016, Surabaya.

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Abstract

Introduction : Sleep is the senseless condition where the person could be awaken by the stimulus or sensory and there were response less to the prickle which came out from the outside. The huge muscles and whole parts of the body were used by children to move their body. This study aims to know the correlation between sleep quantity and motor progression of pre-school in early childhood Mekarsari Surabaya. Method : The design of this study was Cross Sectional with Simple Random Sampling approached that consists of 44 respondents. The independent variable was sleep quantity for pre-school and the dependent variable was motor progression for pre-school. The data and instrument of the study used observation sheet. Spearman rho (p < 0,05) was used to analyzed the data. Result : of this study could be concluded that there was significant difference between sleep quantity and motor progression of pre-school in early childhood Mekarsari Surabaya. It could be seen in Spearman rho (ρ = 0.013). The children who have fullfiled sleep quantity indicated normal motor progression. However, children who have unfullfiled sleep quantity indicated short motor progression. Discussion : The implication of this study suggests that there were correlation between sleep quantity and motor progression of pre-school. Thus, the normal sleep quantity needs to be maintained in children’s motor progression. Key words : sleep quantity, pre-school (age: 3-6), motor progression

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences > School of Medicine
Depositing User: Dimas Dwi Arbi
Date Deposited: 16 Sep 2016 03:03
Last Modified: 09 Jan 2017 03:55
URI: http://eprints.ners.unair.ac.id/id/eprint/313

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