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psychomotor

[¦sī·kə′mōd·ər]
(psychology)
Pertaining to both mental and motor activity.
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One subject was excluded from this analysis due to scores that were more than 3 standard deviations below the expected means for both mental and psychomotor development, necessitating referral for intervention.
The important objectives pursued in the psychomotor development are: the perceptual development, sensory acuity (kinesthetic), visual and auditory memory, ocular-motor coordination.
He was prospectively followed-up till school age, his psychomotor development is normal and he has no congenital malformations.
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.
Study of milestones in post Kasai patients showed delayed psychomotor development in all patients with partial response and therapeutic failure and in two patients with satisfactory response.
Normal psychomotor development in a child with mosaic trisomy and pericentric inversion of chromosome 9.
Iron therapy for improving psychomotor development and cognitive function in children under the age of three with iron deficiency anaemia.
Based on these facts, this study aimed to investigate the influence of a structured and oriented physical education plan on the psychomotor development of three-year-old preschool students by identifying, describing and comparing the psychomotor skill variations of an experimental group against a control group.
He also suffers from delayed speech and psychomotor development.
Gender, number of pregnancies and deliveries, birth weight, and preterm versus term deliveries were not related to psychomotor development in children with CP.
Contract notice: Supply services to qualifying activities rehabilitation-npi: - lot 1: service delivery of rehabilitation activities npi - lot 2: service delivery of business-qualifying for rehabilitation of children with autism (asd) and delayed psychomotor development and / or language (dsa).
2011) conducted a longitudinal study aimed at assessing the relationship between maternal iodine and thyroid status during all three trimesters and the psychomotor development of their offspring.