graphomotor


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graphomotor

(ˈɡræfəˌməʊtə)
adj
(Physiology) of or relating to the muscular movements used or required in writing
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found that children with ADHD/DCD performed more poorly on the manual dexterity, had a poorer quality of handwriting, and drew more rapidly and fluently, but less accurately than control on graphomotor task.
These studies reported that maternal occupational exposure during pregnancy was associated with lower scores for visuospatial and graphomotor ability (Till et al.
Still unclear, however, is the contribution of non-linguistic graphomotor speed to the process of taking notes.
Our next development is a digital maze test designed to measure graphomotor aspects of executive function, processing speed, spatial reasoning and memory.
visual perceptual impairments, dyslexia, graphomotor impairments, and cognitive processing deficits) that affect multiple components within the complex reading and writing processes.
It assesses working memory, associative learning, graphomotor speed, cognitive speed and visual perception.
Learning to write is a cognitively demanding process that requires graphomotor skills, linguistic knowledge, and awareness of text production rhetoric (Mayer, 2010).
A short-term graphomotor program for improving writing readiness skills of first grade students.
Facilitating alphabet knowledge in preschool through training in coding, graphomotor and reading.
Specific challenges identified in the literature include time management and changing schedules, social relationships, social skills, living arrangements, executive functioning skills, organization, graphomotor difficulties, anxiety, and sensory integration dysfunction.