psychomotor task

psychomotor task

[′sī·kə‚mōd·ər ‚task]
(industrial engineering)
An aspect of a job that requires the operator to use controlled movements of the body.
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The Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation (CESI) is one of the only facilities in the country to offer a fully comprehensive range of psychomotor task training and cognitive-team training using its state-of-the-art high-technology facility.
Influenza immunization is more than performing the psychomotor task of giving an injection.
Before-and-after cognitive and psychomotor task tests showed that the men's performance--while on any of the four low-zinc diets--deteriorated in 9 out of 15 tasks.
It may be noticed, however, if the patient is involved in technical psychomotor tasks (such as video games) requiring quick and accurate responses or monitoring.
Degree of cognitive demands in psychomotor tasks and the effects of the five-step strategy on achievement.
Niaura and colleagues (1987) evaluated 11 men and 13 women as they performed cognitive and psychomotor tasks, including divided attention, short-term memory, and pursuit tracking,(7) both while sober and at BACs adjusted to 0.
The lack of data comparing alcohol effects on psychomotor tasks in male and female social drinkers suggests that a concerted effort in this area is warranted.
Effects of environmental color on two psychomotor tasks.
Children attending pre-school near noisy elevated train tracks performed more poorly on psychomotor tasks.
This study was designed to scientifically and objectively measure a series of parameters that are sensitive to the residual effects of a drug on next-day performance, including information processing, divided attention, psychomotor tasks, working memory, and on-the-road driving.