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disorder

[dis′ȯrd·ər]
(crystallography)
Departures from regularity in the occupation of lattice sites in a crystal containing more than one element.
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A two step procedure for the identification of children with developmental coordination disorder in Singapore.
Mysteries and mazes: Parents' experiences of children with developmental coordination disorder.
2013), 'Social Participation by Children With Developmental Coordination Disorder Compared to Their Peers', Disability and Rehabilitation 35 (21), 1814-17.
2007) that enables to identify motor difficulties indicating possible developmental coordination disorder.
Key words: Developmental Coordination Disorder, dyspraxia, measurement, motor, functional performance, self-efficacy, communication.
In addition to Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) which is specifically related to motor deficits, children with mental health (such as anxiety and depression), behavioural (such as Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder [ADHD]), learning disabilities, and developmental disorders (such as autism) frequently present with motor difficulties (Emck, Bosscher, Beek, & Doreleijers, 2009).
Once "cruelly and incorrectly" referred to as "clumsy child syndrome", dyspraxia, which is also known as developmental coordination disorder (DCD), can run in families.
Editor John Cairney presents students, academics, and researchers, and medical professionals working in a wide variety of contexts, and general interest readers with a collection of academic papers and scholarly articles focused on diagnosis, consequences, and neuropsychological aspects of developmental coordination disorder throughout the globe.
Dyspraxia is a developmental coordination disorder that causes difficulty in movement and coordination and effects around 10% of children to some degree.
Dyspraxia, a form of developmental coordination disorder, is a common condition affecting coordination, in both children and adults.

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