psychomotor


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psychomotor

[¦sī·kə′mōd·ər]
(psychology)
Pertaining to both mental and motor activity.
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The synthesized evidence suggested that four articles had used Gagne's model, while one article had used a combined Gagne's and Peyton's model to design a lesson plan to teach psychomotor skills.
This study involves a novel ITP which was patient based and included not only cognitive but also psychomotor and affective domains.
The assessment process includes cognitive, psychomotor and affective aspects.
According to Sullivan, organizations that use psychomotor testing over drug testing reported that the psychomotor testing improved safety up to 82%, and some reported a decrease in accidents up to 50 to 75%, depending on the industry.
According to Campagna, the device can discern a user's complex and simple reaction time, peripheral awareness, depth perception, memory and psychomotor response in a single trial.
Key words: Child; Developmental disabilities; Psychomotor disorders; Rehabilitation
She added that it is important for a child to grow within a family environment as the absence of this element delays his or her psychomotor development.
acute effects of drugs on psychomotor and cognitive performance as well
The next level, the psychomotor domain, involves practical skills development--in other words, it is competency-based.
The tests were designed to assess psychomotor behaviours, including rod walking to measure coordination and integrity of the vestibular system; wire suspension, which measures muscle strength and prehensile reflex; plank walking, which measures balance and coordination; inclined screen to measure muscle tone, strength, stamina and balance; and accelerating rotarod, measuring fine motor coordination, balance and resistance to fatigue.
Based on statistics from our centre this often relates to the amount of time children spend watching TV, iPads," Psychomotor Therapist, Rindala Semaan told Khaleej Times at the official opening of Brio on Monday, a Dubai-based Centre for the early detection, prevention and treatment of children's learning difficulties.
Professor Todoran (2012), approaches the training of some psychomotor behaviors in children with moderate and severe mental retardation through eurhythmy.