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Typical and atypical motor development

  1. Údaje o názvuTypical and atypical motor development / by David Sugden and Michael Wade ; editor, Hilary M. Hart
    Osobní jméno Sugden, David (David A.), 1945- (autor)
    NakladatelLondon : Mac Keith Press, 2013
    Fyz.popis1 online zdroj (xii, 384 stran) : ilustrace
    ISBN9781908316561 (online)
    190831656X (online)
    EdiceClinics in Developmental Medicine
    Poznámky o skryté bibliografii a rejstřícíchObsahuje bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
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    PoznámkyZpůsob přístupu: World Wide Web
    DefektyeBooks on EBSCOhost
    Dal.odpovědnost Wade, Michael G. (autor)
    Hart, Hilary (editor)
    Tištěná verze knihy Sugden, David.  Typical and atypical motor development
    Předmět.hesla motorické schopnosti motor abilities * děti a mládež children and youth * vývoj dítěte child development * psychologické aspekty psychological aspects
    Forma, žánr elektronické knihy electronic books
    Konspekt612 - Fyziologie člověka a srovnávací fyziologie
    MDT 316.346.32-053.2 , 612.76 , 159.9 , 612.65 , (0.034.2:08)
    Země vyd.Anglie
    Jazyk dok.angličtina
    Druh dok.Elektronické zdroje
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    Explains movement, or motor development, from differing theoretical, empirical, and experiential perspectives, and discusses atypical motor development when the resources of the child are limited in some way.

    Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; About the authors; 1 An Introduction to Motor Development; Introduction; Development; Descriptions of change; Motor development; What is motor development?; What does change look like?; Characteristics and descriptions of movement; Performance and learning, ability and skill; Consequences of movement; Movement by design; The descriptive period; Systems-orientated period; Movement that informs; Embodied cognition; Developing adaptable motor control; Summary; 2 Biological Influences on DevelopmentalChange; Selected anthropometric structural changes.Physiological, neural, and sensory functional changesInfluences on motor development; Summary; 3 Developmental Models and Theories; Motor control and development theories; What constitutes processing?; Traditional information processing; Information processing and motor development; Summary; 4 Early Movement Development: Birth to24 Months; Introduction; Movement activity in utero and at birth; Development of vision and visual perception; Locomotion; Manual control; Prospective control; Summary; 5 Motor Development of Young Children: 2 to7 Years of Age; Descriptions of change; Body control.Manual controlControl of limb movements; Summary; 6 Movement Development of Young Children:7 Years to Puberty; A specific task illustrating spatial and temporaldemands; Modelling mover and environmental conditions; Spatial accuracy; Temporal and spatial accuracy; Development of maximal performance: normativecomparisons; Movement abilities; Summary; 7 Cerebral Palsy; Cerebral palsy: the condition; Cerebral palsy and movement control; Summary; 8 Developmental Coordination Disorder; Development of movement skill competence; Historical context; Terminology; Who are the children?Diagnostic criteria for developmental coordinationdisorderCo-occurring characteristics; Developmental progression; Core motor characteristics of children with DCD; Underlying biological substrates; Constraints: perceptual, cognitive, and motor; Summary; 9 Children with Intellectual Disability; General descriptions; Constraints on control and coordination; Summary and future directions; 10 Motor Development in Children with OtherDevelopmental Disorders; Introduction to developmental disorders; Individual developmental disorders; Summary; 11 Children with Visual Impairment.Role and nature of visionMovement development in blind children; Summary; 12 Assessment and Intervention for Childrenwith Movement Difficulties; Assessment and intervention; Purposes of assessment; The field of intervention; Principles underlying types of assessment andintervention; Validity and reliability; Intervention is about participation and learning; Ecological approaches to assessment andintervention; Approaches to assessment and collection ofinformation; Process deficit and functional task-orientatedapproaches to intervention; Interventions for cerebral palsy; Summary.