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motor control

[′mōd·ər kən‚trōl]
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Gabriele TE, Hall CR, Buckolz EE, 1987, Practice Schedule Effects on the Acquisition and Retention of a Motor Skill.
Interestingly, both theories acknowledge the impact of task repetition across different conditions as a source of motor skill learning and view motor skill learning as a process.
One of the most widely used standardised motor skill tests is the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency (BOTMP; Bruininks, 1978) (Brown et al.
We found a strong connection between their grades and academic scores, on the one hand, and the fine motor skills when they were in pre-K classes.
As a growing body of literature states that well-developed motor capacities boost children's academic abilities [10,13], we suggest based on the present study, that a motor skill intervention aimed at improving motor skills will stimulate the performance in academic learning.
Both these training procedures stem from Sheffield's (1961) theory of symbolic representation, which states that when a person observes a demonstration of a motor skill, an image is encoded in memory that consists of a sequence of perceptual and symbolic responses, which later will allow an effective execution of the same pattern.
Correlation coefficients between soccer-specific tests variables (time and accuracy) and anthropometrical, hormone profile, physical fitness, general perceptual motor skill and soccer skill variables in different age groups.
CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY SENSITIVE PRACTICES IN MOTOR SKILLS INTERVENTION FOR YOUNG CHILDREN.
Although standardized execution and evaluation in empirical investigations forms one of the cornerstones in the education of school psychologists in Germany, the investigators in this study received a supplementary 3-hour introduction to the evaluation of fine motor skill tests.
This review examines what is known about the variables that affect the motor skill performance of children and adolescents with VI.
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Many physical education teachers are perplexed as to what level of performance to teach and design motor skill lessons.