Sjolander P, Michaelson P, Jaric S and Djupsjobacka M (2008) Sensorimotor
disturbances in chronic neck pain--range of motion, peak velocity, smoothness of movement, and repositioning acuity.
Hewett TEA systematic review of sensorimotor
function during adolescence: a developmental stage of increased motor awkwardness?
The present study further explores the differences among the possible combinations of sensorimotor
action sentences crossed with the temporal parameters, yielding four types in total.
OTs here address different sensorimotor
issues and their role in the learning process, providing educators with keys to improving learning skills in an invaluable guide recommended for any early education collection.
Using the PIT model and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we reported previously the activation of an area in the contralateral non-injured sensorimotor
cortex, in addition to the ipsilateral sensorimotor
cortex of infarction (6).
Periferal sinir sistemi tutulumu sensorimotor
polinoropati, Guillain-Barre sendromu, mononeuritis multipleks, otonomik noropatiler olarak gorulebilmektedir 6,10,11).
The most common lesion is peripheral neuropathy, including entrapment neuropathy, distal axonal predominantly sensory polyneuropathy, mononeuropathy or multiple mononeuropathy, as well as fulminant sensorimotor
This basic distinction is supported by a series of studies from Yin and colleagues (2004, 2005a,b, 2006), who established a functional dissociation between associative and sensorimotor
striata in the control of instrumental actions.
For instance, the NEPSY is a standardized, individually administered procedure that provides information about attention and executive functioning, language, sensorimotor
functioning, visuospatial processing, and memory and learning for children ages 3 to 12 (Korkman, Kirk & Kemp, 1998).
Cognitive performance was assessed using an extensive neuropsychological test battery that included the cognitive domains of attention, sensorimotor
speed, memory, and executive function.
CES is characterized by "focusing on the elements of immediate experience" (Ivey et al.
It will include coverage of the effects of brain stimulation on basic processes such as gene expression and molecular biology, neuro-chemical regulation, functional brain activity, sensorimotor
function, and cognitive and affective processes at the systems level.