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

/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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Findings also suggest disturbances in general information, performance intelligence (abstract reasoning and practical ability to deal with the environment), visual acuity, depth perception, and visuomotor coordination were observed in these patients (Tables 4 and 5).
As a tangible example, it is well established that sports-specific or drill-specific training can affect oculomotor behavior, a correlate for vision rehabilitation, revealing that therapeutic exercise can modulate visuomotor skills [63-67].
To investigate the relation between the constructs visuomotor maturity and EFs, associations between the B-GSS and WCST scores were sought by correlating the total score of the former with the total values of the latter.
Changed visuomotor transformations during and after prolonged microgravity.
Rehabilitating patients with left spatial neglect by prism exposure during a visuomotor activity.
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In interactive sports such as table tennis, badminton, cricket, and tennis, left-handers have excelled and may have an advantage over right-handers; maybe because they are better than right-handers at some visuomotor tasks [18].
Milner and Goodale (1995) suggest a "two visual system" hypothesis based on an anatomical distinction that divides the visual system into one system that deals with perceptual presentation of information and a second system that is responsible for visuomotor control.
Yakovenko, "Cortical mechanisms involved in visuomotor coordination during precision walking," Brain Research Reviews, vol.
A study by Cerasa and colleagues [78] compared a computerized CT program designed to rehabilitate attention in patients with multiple sclerosis (REHACOM) to a group performing a simple visuomotor coordination tapping task.