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MOTOR SKILLS: DEVELOPMENT, IMPAIRMENT, AND THERAPY $100.00
Authors:  A. M. Keane
Abstract:
The often held view that motor control occurs largely as the final stage of cognitive
processing is something that still needs to be dispelled. Granted that while there is a final
level of motor control, all-be-it a lower level of motor control, this is only one level in the
motor control hierarchy. Some inroads have been made in clarifying the different stages
of motor control and its lateralization, however there is still a way to go with regards to
delineating the various levels of motor control from the very highest or early
inception/goal level to the final level of movement execution, as well as how each of
these levels contributes to bimanual control, hand preference, hand proficiency and
overall motor skill. Also, how exactly posture figures within the motor control hierarchy
and its influence on final motor skill needs to be taken into account. Motor control is not
separate from cognitive functioning, the two are intimately linked, and so the challenge
within this area and one of the main directions for future research is the need to find the
cognitive and language functioning associated with each respective level of motor
control, thus clarifying the cognitive motor skills link. 


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