I'm having a hard time finding a qualitative article about sensory integration in infants. Is that something you all could help me with?


Answered By: Kimberly Boyd
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2018     Views: 1


Hmmm, we were having a hard time imagining what qualitative data on infants would look like because qualitative data tends to be gathered through questionnaires and unstructured interviews, observations, etc. but we managed to find some articles by using the library catalog.  So, go to the library catalog at  Type in your search terms (we used Sensory Integration AND Infants) and hit enter.  Don't forget to connect your search terms with the word AND.  Next, you will want to limit your results to articles by clicking on the articles box to the left of your screen.  You will find a few qualitative articles in these results.  In particular, look at result number four.  We didn't read it but at first glance it appears to be qualitative.  To view the articles click on the Access Online button and enter your six digit student ID number and the first part of your Brenau email address.  The fourth result is found in Sage database which can be a little confusing.  When you get into the database you will only see the abstract for the article.  There is a Download PDF button to the left above the abstract that will get you full access to the article.

We hope this helps!

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