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.
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visuomotor

(vĭzh′o͞o-ō-mō′tər)
adj.
Of or relating to motor activity dependent on or involving sight: the visuomotor coordination required to write.
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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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Visuomotor discordance during visually-guided hand movement in virtual reality modulates sensorimotor cortical activity in healthy and hemiparetic subjects.
Visual cue-discriminative dopaminergic control of visuomotor transformation and behavior selection.
Compared to the placebo group, the caffeine group performed better in fine motor coordination (P = 0.01), visuomotor integration (P < 0.05), visual perception (P = 0.02), and visuospatial organization (P = 0.003).
Relationship between visuomotor and handwriting skills of children in kindergarten.
Hatfield, "Electroencephalographic coherence during visuomotor performance: a comparison of cortico-cortical communication in experts and novices," Journal of Motor Behavior, vol.
They assessed cognitive functions in 10 children with MS and identified deficits in general cognition, language, visuomotor integration, and verbal and visual memory.
Therefore, there may be different visuomotor integration processes between static and dynamic images among TMD patients though we cannot clarify it in the current study.
Furthermore, neuropsychological impairments affecting executive function, attention, praxis, working memory, vocabulary, and visuomotor performance have been identified [78, 80-82].
The exclusion criteria were the presence of a history of brain disease or dementia, psychiatric disorders that affect cognition, and the presence of some grade of visuomotor ability impairment to play video games and a not preserved left ventricular systolic function.
Specifically, increased spindle activity was found after visuomotor tasks [51] and after finger motor sequences [52].