Psycho-motor

Psy`cho-mo´tor


a.1.Of or pertaining to movement produced by action of the mind or will.
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This also benefits the teachers as they are able to observe and monitor, not only psychosocial improvements but also psycho-motor improvements.
Regular users tend to become accustomed to the drug, particularly in terms of cognitive disruption or psycho-motor skills.
This supplementary system is intended to develop and instill advanced, mine operator psycho-motor skills.
Sixth, Personal Self-Testing ,Pre tests / post tests include (cognitive, psycho-motor, affective domain):Physical abilities related with the third grade curriculum have been identified to determine pretests / posttests, which including (cognitive / psycho-motor / affective domain) through analysis of content Components of the teacher's guide of the activities and skills Shafie, G.
He showcased one of the patients aged 22 years, who also have another four siblings affected by similar disorder and are having severe psycho-motor retardation.
The announcement of Princess Bee's new recording came after 'ANGELS', Princess Bee's non-profit organisation, launched a project called 'Renewing Al Amal Orphanage', which aims to provide Palestinian orphans affected by the war with the necessary tools and assets for development and enhancing their psycho-motor learning abilities.
This age group was targeted to explore the findings because psycho-motor of SMS lives among them.
Here, the main purpose of education consists in the psycho-motor development of children in addition to their self-worth and their emotional.
These include mood disturbances, difficulty concentrating, psycho-motor retardation (slowing down of function), inexplicable crying, irritability, feelings of impending doom, lack of interest in leisure activities, decreased libido, and social withdrawal.
Preschool-age children lack the psycho-motor skills needed to perform precise and safe movements and, as a result, they are susceptible to falls and other injuries.
Studies of alcohol-related crashes tend to focus on reaction time, tracking ability, concentrated attention ability, divided attention performance, information process capability, visual functions, perceptions, and psycho-motor performance.
The cognitive tasks comprised measures of attention, working memory, episodic memory and psycho-motor performance.