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vis·u·o·mo·tor

(viz'yū-ō-mō'tŏr),
Denoting the ability to synchronize visual information with physical movement, for example, driving a car or playing a video game of skill.

visuomotor

/vis·uo·mo·tor/ (-mo´ter) pertaining to connections between visual and motor processes.

visuomotor

(vĭzh′o͞o-ō-mō′tər)
adj.
Of or relating to motor activity dependent on or involving sight: the visuomotor coordination required to write.

vis·u·o·mo·tor

, visual-motor (vizh'ū-ō-mō'tŏr, vizh'ū-ăl-)
Denoting the ability to synchronize visual information with physical movement, e.g., driving a car.
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The main goal of the present study was to investigate the relation between visual-motor abilities and executive functions through the Bender Gestalt Visual-Motor Test - Gradual Scoring System (B-GSS) and Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST).
For students who are sighted, handwriting difficulties can be detected through the assessment of visual-motor integration abilities (Klein, Guiltner, Sollereder, & Cui, 2011).
In this way, participants were presented the same stimulus as in the viewing art condition and engaged in visual-motor activity, but the engagement was primarily non-creative in nature relative to the drawing condition.
The quiet eye is operationally defined as the final fixation or tracking gaze located on a specific location or object in the visual-motor workspace within 3[degrees] of visual angle for a minimum of 100 ms.
The level of visual-motor maturity is lower in the pre-school dyslalic children compared to the normally developed children.
All of the children took two standardized tests that relate directly to future school performance: the Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration (VMI) and the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence-Revised (WPPSI-R).
This study investigated differences in visual perception and visual-motor based school functions in children with and without congenital hemiplegia.
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Diagnosing lead poisoning in alders can prove difficult, because the symptoms resemble what we think of as the inevitable curses of old age: poor sleep patterns, slowed reaction times, irritability, and impaired visual-motor coordination, according to the 2001 EPA report.
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