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On the Problem of Motor Skill Development
JOPERD • Volume 78 No. 5 • May/June 2007 A s we begin the 21st century, the United States is in the midst of an obesity epidemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in 2004 thatExpand
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Beyond age and gender: Relationships between cortical and subcortical brain volume and cognitive-motor abilities in school-age children
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The NIH MRI Study of Normal Brain Development consists of a large, longitudinal database of structural MRI and performance measures from a battery of neuropsychological assessments from typically developing children. Expand
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An examination of constraints affecting the intralimb coordination of hemiparetic gait
Abstract A dynamical systems approach to the study of locomotor intralimb coordination in those with hemiparesis led to an examination of the utility of the shank–thigh relative phase (RP) as aExpand
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From the Beginning: A Developmental Perspective on Movement and Mobility
A developmental perspective is essential to our understanding of movement and mobility. A person's motor behavior position at any point in his life reflects his past movement experiences and presagesExpand
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On becoming skillful: patterns and constraints.
  • J. Clark
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Research quarterly for exercise and sport
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A longitudinal study of intralimb coordination in the first year of independent walking: a dynamical systems analysis.
Using a dynamical systems approach, we examined the development of intralimb coordination over the first year of independent walking. The segmental motion of the thigh and shank and their intralimbExpand
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Development of multisensory reweighting for posture control in children
Reweighting to multisensory inputs adaptively contributes to stable and flexible upright stance control. However, few studies have examined how early a child develops multisensory reweightingExpand
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The use of somatosensory information during the acquisition of independent upright stance
Abstract This study investigated developmental changes in the use of a contact surface during the acquisition of upright posture. Standing infants were longitudinally examined at four developmentalExpand
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Development of visuomotor representations for hand movement in young children
The stability and adaptability of visuomotor representations for hand movement in young children was investigated using a visuomotor adaptation paradigm in which the real-time visual feedback of penExpand
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