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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style KIN 321m Summer 2011 Monday, June 6 June 6 Topic Outline Methods of Developmental Questions Domains of Knowledge Classifying Movement Developmental Theory Phases of Development Factors Affecting Motor Development Chapters 1 - 4 The 3 Guiding Principles The motor system has multiple systems that interact to create coordinated behavior Coordinated movement is a function of the interaction of biology, task and environment Development is a discontinuous process 44 Methods of Studying Motor Research Methods:- Cross sectional-Longitudinal-Mixed Longitudinal Research Designs:-Experimental-Quasi experimental-Cross cultural-Naturalistic inquiry Survey/Case history Methods of Study Longitudinal age-related changes Cross-sectional age-related differences Mixed longitudinal age-related changes and differences 66 Classifying Movement: One Muscular Aspects Temporal Aspects Environ- mental Aspects Functional Aspects -Gross-Fine-Discrete-Serial-Contin- uous-Open-Closed-Stability-Locomotion-Manipulation 77 Classifying Movement: Two Gentiles model (table 1.5)-Environmental context -Functional aspects Gallahues model (table 1.6)-Phases/stages-Functional aspects 88 Mountain of Motor Development (Clark & Whitall) Reflexive (B-2wk) Preadapted (2wk-1yr) PERIODS Fundamental Patterns (1 - 7 yr) Context-Specific (7-11yr) Skillful (11 yr...) 1010 Theoretical Models of Psychoanalytic theory (Freud) Psychosocial theory (Erikson) Maturational theory (Gesell) Environmental theory (Havighurst) Cognitive theory (Piaget) 1111 Conceptual Viewpoints of Phase/stage theories (descriptive) Developmental task theories (predictive) Developmental milestone theories (descriptive/predictive) Ecological Theories (explanatory) 1212 Leading Developmental Erik Erikson (phase/stage theory) Robert Havighurst (developmental task theory) Jean Piaget (developmental milestone theory)...
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