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The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of massed and distributed practice upon the learning by 8 autistic children of rotary pursuit tracking at 20 rpm. The massed practice group of four completed 10 30-sec. trials with 5-sec. rests for 10 consecutive days on the Photoelectric Pursuit Rotor. The distributed practice group completed 10 30-sec.(More)
To determine the influence of two forms of visual control techniques and one kinesthetic technique on putting accuracy 27 right-handed female volunteers performed a putting task under one of three testing conditions: eyes on ball, eyes on target, and no vision. Three putting distances of 5, 10, and 15 ft. were employed. The results of a 3 (conditions) x 3(More)
—New emerging technologies in the field of multimedia, such as high dynamic range and wide color gamut, challenge the performance of existing image and video data processing algorithms, especially in terms of visual data compression and its faithful representation. High dynamic range and wide color gamut offer to capture and to represent a scene with(More)
The purpose of the present study was to examine the potential of a multivariable approach in predicting dental motor skill performance. Variables measuring cognitive knowledge, motor abilities, educational background, and family demographics were examined. Data were obtained from 33 first-year dental students. Scaling and root planing tests were(More)
This study investigated the correlation among measures of perceptual-motor abilities, self-concept, and reading achievement and determined whether perceptual-motor ability and self-concept can predict reading achievement in the early elementary grades. A total of 105 boys and 108 girls from the first, and second and third grades were tested on the(More)
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