Fine Motor Analysis of Infants Aged 7-12 Months Based on Breast Milk


Mail Orcid Indah Rahmadaniah(1*)
Mail Marchatus Soleha(2)
Mail Rini Anggeriani(3)

(1) STIKES Abdurahman Palembang, Indonesia
(2) STIKES Abdurahman Palembang, Indonesia
(3) STIKES Abdurahman Palembang, Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author
10.31101/ijhst.v3i1.2002| Abstract views : 443 | PDF views : 214


This study aims to produce new scientific information about the fine motor skills of breastfed infants. Method: The type of research is an analytic survey. The population, all infants aged 7-12 months as many as 57 babies, the sample was taken by purposive sampling as many as 47 respondents, the data was taken through a survey using Google forms. Data analysis using chi-square statistical test. Result: obtained p-value = 0,058. In conclusion, there is no significant relationship between breastfeeding and fine motor skills in infants aged 7-12 months


Breastfeeding, fine motor development, infants aged 6-12 months

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31101/ijhst.v3i1.2002

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