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Perceptual-motor behavior in Down syndrome

Author: Daniel J Weeks; Romeo Chua; Digby Elliott
Publisher: Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Part 1: Characteristics of Perceptual-Motor Behavior Associated with Down Syndrome.

Part 1: Chpt. 1: Patterns of muscle activation in simple reaction-time tasks (p. 3-24).

Part 1: Chpt. 2: Control of manual skills in children with Down Syndrome (p. 25-48).

Part 1: Chpt. 3: Preparation and control of goal-directed limb movements in persons with Down Syndrome (p. 49-70).

Part 1: Chpt. 4: Locomotor patterns of individuals with Down Syndrome: effects of environmental and task constraints (p. 71-98).

Part 1: Chpt. 5: Ophthalmic factors in Down Syndrome: a motoric perspective (p. 99-122).

Part 1: Chpt 6: Face processing in children with Down Syndrome (p. 123-148).

Part 2: Motor Development, Learning, and Adaptive Change.

Part 2: Chpt. 7: Sensiormotor deficits in Down Syndrome: implications for facilitating motor performance (p. 151-174).

Part 2: Chpt. 8: Attention and cognitive-skill acquisition (p. 175-198).

Part 2: Chpt. 9: Motor coordination in Down Syndrome: the role of adaptive changes (p. 199-224).

Part 2: Chpt. 10: Motor-development in Down Syndrome: a longitudinal perspective (p. 225-248).

Part 3: Current Research Strategies in the Investigation of Perceptual-Motor Behavior in Down Syndrome.

Part 3: Chpt. 11: Information-movement coupling in children with Down Syndrome (p. 251-276).

Part 3: Chpt. 12: Atypical dynamics of motor behavior in Down Syndrome (p. 277-304).

Part 3: Chpt. 13: A functional approach to movement pathology in persons with Down Syndrome (p. 305-320).

Part 3: Chpt. 14: Neurophysiological correlates of perceptual-motor behavior in Down Syndrome (p. 321-347).  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Perceptual-motor behavior in Down syndrome.
Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, ©2000
(OCoLC)607467430
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel J Weeks; Romeo Chua; Digby Elliott
ISBN: 0880119756 9780880119757
OCLC Number: 42080209
Description: x, 365 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Patterns of muscle activation in simple reaction-time tasks / J. Greg Anson, Grant A. Mawston --
Control of manual skills in children with down syndrome / Judith L. Charlton, Elfriede Ihsen, Barbara M. Lavelle --
Preparation and control of goal-directed limb movements in person with down syndrome / Timothy N. Welsh, Digby Elliott --
Locomotor patterns of individuals with down syndrome: effects of environmental and task constraints / Eliane Mauerberg-deCastro, Rosa M. Angulo-Kinzler --
Ophthalmic factors in down syndrome: a motoric perspective / Mark Mon-Williams, Anne Jobling, John P. Wann --
Face processing in children with down syndrome / T.K. Pitcairn, Jennifer G. Wishart --
Sensorimotor deficits in down syndrome: implications for facilitating motor performance / Gil Lucio Almeida [and others] --
Attention and cognitive-skill acquisition / Cynthia L. Dulaney, Phillip D. Tomporowski --
Motor coordination in down syndrome: the role of adaptive changes / Mark L. Latash --
Motor development in down syndrome: a longitudinal perspective / Anne Jobling, Mark Mon-Williams --
Information-movement coupling in children with down syndrome / Geert Savelsbergh [and others] --
Atypical dynamics of motor behavior in down syndrome / Michael G. Wade, Richard Van Emmerik, Thomas W. Kernozek --
A functional-systems approach to movement pathology in persons with down syndrome / Matthew Heath [and others] --
Neurophysiological correlates of perceptual-motor behavior in down syndrome / Giuseppe A. Chiarenza, Paolo Stagi.
Responsibility: Daniel J. Weeks, Romeo Chua, Digby Elliott.

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This collection provides readers a window into the behavioural variability exhibited by persons with Down's Syndrome. It explains that their perceptual-motor behaviour is often adaptive and  Read more...

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