goal-oriented movements

goal-oriented movements

voluntary movements that are organized around behavioral goals, environmental context, and task specificity, as distinguished from reflexive movements.

goal-or·i·ent·ed move·ments

(gōl-ōr'ē-ĕn-tĕd mūv'mĕnts)
In physical and rehabilitation therapy, a term describing those motions intended to result in an outcome, as distinguished from those enacted in reaction to a stimulus or need.