Human motor development in individuals with & without by V. Gregory Payne;Jin H. Han;Martin Block

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Not surprisingly, motor problems are most notable in children with motor and sensory related learning problems such as dyspraxia and visual processing problems (Shapiro, 2001). For example, Miyahara (1994) found 25% of children with SLD scored poorly in a general motor ability test, and an additional 7% demonstrated significant balance problems. Similarly, Lazarus (1994) found children with SLD had greater levels of overflow (an inability to keep one arm or leg still while moving the other arm or leg) compared to same-age peers without SLD.

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