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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieFall

KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Motor Skill, Anatomical Terms Of Motion, Heredity

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Human motor development- a process in which we pass during the course of life and an academic field of study. Changes that occur in our ability to move
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KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-3: Egocentrism, 18 Months

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Chapter 2: cognitive and motor development: define: Adaptation: adjusting to the demands of the environment and intellectualizing those adjustments; oc
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieWinter

KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Water Intoxication, Suzuki Method, Stillbirth

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Teratogens: agents known to cause harm during prenatal development. Fetal alcohol syndrome (fas): birth defects caused by prenatal alcohol exposure. Al
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieFall

KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Glossary Of Partner Dance Terms, Vertical Jump, High Guard

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Walking: when infant can walk alone, hands are free to explore. Independent walking seen in children by 12 months. Dynamic base: feet are wide apart to
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieFall

KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Heart Failure, Claudication

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KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Transverse Plane, Descriptive Knowledge, Humerus

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Body scaling: the idea of selecting equipment that is sized appropriately for the performer"s body dimension. Catching: the action of bringing an airbo
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieWinter

KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Prenatal Development, Neural Groove, Anatomical Terms Of Motion

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Human motor development: an academic field of study; it is also a human lifelong process involving the progressions and regressions in our movement abi
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieFall

KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Egocentrism, Cerebrovascular Disease, Procedural Knowledge

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Psychomotor or motor: motor any form of human movement, psychomotor refers to the domain of human development that involves human movement; movements i
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieFall

KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Placekicker, Heredity, Descriptive Knowledge

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KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Primitive Reflexes, Future Movement, Moro Reflex

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KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Cerebral Palsy, Muscle Atrophy, Primitive Reflexes

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Cerebral palsy- neurological disorder that affects brain input to muscles. Spina bifida- damage to spinal cord that results in partial or full paralysi
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KINE 3340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Content Validity, Motor Skill, Belp

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What variables to assess: once you determine why you need to assess, you will want to determine which variables to assess. Selecting the best test: to
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