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Perceptual and motor characteristics of backward full twisting somersaults

Dianne Lea Ritchie

Perceptual and motor characteristics of backward full twisting somersaults

by Dianne Lea Ritchie

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Perceptual-motor learning.,
  • Tumbling.

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    Statementby Dianne Lea Ritchie.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 59 leaves ;
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16522056M

    the motor-reduced visual perceptual and visual-motor integration skills. Method Sample A total of 41 mainstream Chinese learning children (22 males, 19 females) who were born and resided in Hong Kong, and 35 mainstream English learning Australian children (19 males, 16 females) who were born in Australia and resided in Melbourne, all age 5 wereFile Size: KB. Assessment of Perceptual Motor Skills Validity Case Study Sample Internal validity comes from 3 sources: Items were carefully developed to assess the ability to reproduce designs Factor analysis of test items using the normative sample suggests a single factor underlies copying.

    two showed a higher degree of perceptual-motor abilities as measured by the Oseretsky scale. A positive re-lationship between the pupils’ perceptual-motor abilities and their academic performance was reported to be significant at pFile Size: KB. a reprint from perceptual and motor skills april abnormal opidkinetic and perceptual span parameters in cerebellar-vestibular dysfunction and related anxiety disorders harold n. levinson. new york university medical center.

    The editor of Perceptual and Motor Skills has not yet provided information for this page. Issues per year n/a Articles published last year n/a Manuscripts received last year n/a % accepted last year n/a Characteristics of peer review process; Average number of review reports: a reprint from. perceptual and motor skills. august the diagnostic value of cerebellar-vestibular tests in detecting learning disabilities, dyslexia, and attention deficit disorder. harold n. levinson. new york university medical center.


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