Definition of Psychomotor development
1. Noun. Progressive acquisition of skills involving both mental and motor activities.
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Literary usage of Psychomotor development
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1. Helping Children Take Healthy Steps: Abstracts of Selected Articles on Early edited by Jeanne Brooks-Gunn (1999)
"The authors hypothesized that (1) prêterai infants receiving the intervention would have higher levels of mental and psychomotor development, ..."
2. Guide to Clinical Preventive Services: Report of the U. S. Preventive by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... there were no other statistically significant differences in clinical outcomes, such as weight, number of acute illnesses, or psychomotor development. ..."
3. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"However, motor development, as measured by the psychomotor development Index (PDI), was significantly lower in infants exposed regularly to alcohol in ..."
4. Risk Assessment for Neurobehavioral Toxicity edited by Bernard Weiss, Jurg Elsner (1997)
"The Bayley, which provides both a Mental Development Index and a Psychomotor Development Index, focuses primarily on the rate at which the infant attains ..."
5. Guide To Clinical Preventive Services by U. S. Preventive Services Task Force (1989)
"Dicki A. Larsson A. psychomotor development of children with congenital hypothyroidism diagnosed by neonatal screening. Acta Paediatr Scan 1988; 77:142-7. ..."
6. Carcinogenic Potency Database, Endocrine Disruptors edited by Lois Swirsky Gold (2000)
"... Netherlands subjects, higher PCB exposure was associated with hypotonia at birth and with delayed psychomotor development within 6 months of birth. ..."
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