Foundations Ex Sci-Powerpoint 4

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377:140  Joanne G. Hunt Department of Exercise Science & Sport Studies
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377:140  Motor Development Interrelationship between: Physical Ability Skill Development Maturation Process
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377:140  Motor Development Physical ability- mastery of motor skills Maturation- where is someone in that  process?  How do we measure  maturation?  Answers the question-  WHEN  are motor  skills learned?
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377:140  Motor Development is  Continuous, sequential,  age related process: Infancy         Adolescence    Adult        Aging Look at motor skills associated with these time frames and  WHEN they are mastered
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course EX SCI 377:140 taught by Professor Joannehunt during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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