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psychomotor

[¦sī·kə′mōd·ər]
(psychology)
Pertaining to both mental and motor activity.
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While the cognitive domain deals with knowledge and the psychomotor domain deals with skills, the affective domain deals with attitude.
At present, the centre currently houses one psychomotor therapist, one speech and language therapist, a special educator and a visiting psychologist.
7 out of 10 subjects were able to tie shoelaces, 4 to two foot jump, 3 to play and catch the ball, in other words each of them had deficiency in terms of basic motor skills and psychomotor abilities.
Psychomotor skill development includes several skills that, among other things, ensure good school performance (Fisher et al., 2005; Stodden et al., 2008).
In the present study, we investigated the comparative recovery profiles of isoflurane and halothane including emergence time, psychomotor recovery, ability to sit and stand unsupported following general anaesthesia in out-patient surgical patients.
Following this statement, this research is focused on generating specific guidelines for the development of interactive educative tools for psychomotor development of early childhood in children between 3 and 5 years old, which where validated through an experimental prototype called "Playing while taking my first steps".
The psychomotor development of their children was measured after the children turned one year old.
For this purpose the exercise items given at the end of each lesson were selected and analyzed in accordance with the domains: cognitive affective psychomotor and their sublevels.
First, the DSM-IV excludes anxiety and includes psychomotor retardation in the diagnosis of mixed states, though the current research has found at least one group of bipolar I patients who presented with anxiety and did not have psychomotor retardation.
The names of the authors were written deficiently and wrongly in the interpretation and response of the authors published in the part of "letter to the editor" in the number 2013;48(3) and between the pages of 267 and 269 in relation with the article titled "West syndrome and psychomotor retardation" published in the issue of September 2013 of the Turkish Archives of Pediatrics journal.