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A DEVELOPMENTAL SYSTEMS APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF MOTOR DEVELOPMENT $100.00
Authors:  Carl Gabbard
Abstract:
Motor development research has experienced greater frequency in top-tier science
journals over the past 25 years. While some dialogue has been of environmental factors,
to a much greater extent, discussions of motor development have focused on the
biological, psychological, cognitive, or movement aspects of change. Few would disagree
that to truly understand the mechanisms and processes associated with change in human
form and level of motor behavior, a more comprehensive and integrated approach is
needed one that links biological and environmental theory. One such approach and the
focus of this chapter is the Developmental Systems Perspective. 


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