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Table 5 Sensitivity, specificity and Youden’s Index of Bayley-II and Bayley-III vs Griffiths

From: Neurodevelopmental outcome of extremely low birth weight infants at 24 months corrected age: a comparison between Griffiths and Bayley Scales

  Sensitivity Specificity Youden’s index
(%) (%) (%)
Group 1
Cognitive-Language abilitiesa 97.4 72.2 69.6
Motor abilitiesb 80.8 72.7 53.5
Group 2
Cognitive-Language abilitiesc 78.6 97.3 75.9
Motor abilitiesd 68.0 98.7 66.7
  1. aBayley-II MDI vs Griffiths Hearing and Speech-Performance Quotients (mean)
  2. bBayley-II PDI vs Griffiths Locomotor-Eye and Hand Coordination Quotients (mean)
  3. cBayley-III Cognitive-Language Composite Scores (mean) vs Griffiths Hearing and Speech-Performance Quotients (mean)
  4. dBayley-III Motor Composite Score vs Griffiths Locomotor-Eye and Hand Coordination Quotients (mean)