visuomotor

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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

(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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Koh et al., "Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration (Beery-VMI): lessons from exploration of cultural variations in visual-motor integration performance of preschoolers," Child: Care, Health and Development, vol.
These milestones included refining gross motor skills like coordination, and visual-motor skills such as cutting paper, coloring in and drawing lines and shapes, and many mathematically-related tasks. 
The largest number of accommodations occurred in motor or visual-motor subscales, specifically in the locomotor (22 items accommodated), eye and hand coordination (27 items accommodated), and performance (38 items accommodated) subscales.
Lo, "Construct validity of Beery's developmental test of visual-motor integration for Taiwanese children," Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, vol.
Cinnamon: Research has linked the aroma of this familiar kitchen spice with improved focus, visual-motor response, and working memory.
A new study published by Psychological Science discovered a link between playing action video games and visual-motor skill development.
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Together, reaction time plus action movement speed result in visual-motor response time (VMRT) (Bressan, 2000; Erickson, 2007).
In addition, there may be significant psychological and educational issues with specific challenges in visual-motor skills, visual-spatial skills, and working memory.
Predicting handwriting performance of early elementary students with the developmental test of visual-motor integration.

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