psychomotor


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psychomotor

[¦sī·kə′mōd·ər]
(psychology)
Pertaining to both mental and motor activity.
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Though simulation is widely used, there is limited empirical data supporting its use in many aspects of nursing education, including psychomotor skill attainment (Ross, 2012).
Brady realized that indirectly assessing the psychomotor objective trumped no assessment.
In patients who survive, resistant seizures and severe psychomotor retardation are observed (21).
The psychomotor speed of the HIV-positive subjects was significantly prolonged compared with the controls (p<0.
It is well established that a person can experience quantifiable antihistamine-induced impairment of memory, attention, reaction time, decisiveness, and psychomotor coordination without feeling sleepy or drowsy, according to Dr.
After 18 months, neither antioxidants nor folate showed significant effects on any of the outcomes measured, including psychomotor and language development.
While the psychomotor domain is a major component of any physical education program, the cognitive, affective and health related fitness domains should not be neglected.
tasks, especially in an unstimulating environment or in an unmotivated individual' (1) and music of any type has not been shown to affect anaesthetist's psychomotor performance in a simulated environment (2).
Teachers of these students need methods that address this issue of rhythm, and research has shown that movement activities may help develop psychomotor awareness and lead to more steady performances.
Computer-supported, collaborative learning requiring immersive presence (CSCLIP) relies on synchronous web-based instruction and computer-controlled or simulated activities to teach the psychomotor, cognitive, and affective skills that are required in hands-on laboratory instruction.
The psychomotor retardation is the first thing to go, existential sadness is the last thing to go," so there is a critical risk period when people have the energy to act on their suicidal thoughts and feelings.