Respiratory Kinematics During Vocalization and Nonspeech Respiration in Children From 9 to 48 Months
- Dois mÃ©todos diferentes para anÃ¡lise cinemÃ¡tica dos movimentos de cabeÃ§a durante a coordenaÃ§Ã£o viso-cefÃ¡lica de lactentes. Lima, C. D.; Carvalho, R. P.; Barros, R. M. L.; Tudella, E. // Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy / Revista Brasileira de Fi;sep/oct2008, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p425
Background: Kinematic analysis is a method for quantitative assessment applied in different fields of study. In the field of motor development, this analysis may promote better understanding of the acquisition and development of motor skills. Objective: To develop and compare two experimental...
- INTERFACING COMPUTERIZED BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS IN MONITORING THE MOTOR DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN. Jackson, Shelia L.; Healey, John // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec2000 Part 1, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p999
Investigates the effectiveness of using kinematic analysis to monitor the motor development of children on three fundamental movement patterns. Significance of timing of the peak linear velocities of the upper body; Conclusion that changes in timing were evidence of improvements in coordination.
- The Development of Reaching Across the First Year in Twins of Known Placental Type. Clearfield, Melissa W.; Jing Feng; Thelen, Esther // Motor Control;Jan2007, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p29
This study explored the genetic and prenatal environmental influences on the development of reaching in twins. Detailed kinematic measures of arm movements and underlying muscle co-activation from two sets of monozygotic twins (MZ; one set was monochorionic; the other was dichorionic) and one...
- Developmental changes in trunk-arm coordination during a standing precision manual task. Haddad, Jeffrey M.; Van Emmerik, Richard E. A.; Hamill, Joseph // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Jul2007 Supplement, Vol. 29, pS30
By 8 years of age the coordination between the trunk and arm appears to attain adult-like levels when tested in seated postures (Schneiberg et al. 2002). Little research has been conducted examining the developmental integration of the trunk and hand while standing and reaching. In standing...
- Baby Walkers May Slow A Child's Development. // Child Health Alert;Mar2000, Vol. 18, p5
Provides information on a study on the effect of baby walkers on child's motor development.
- Hey--look out, world, here I come. Wingert, Pat; Underwood, Anne // Newsweek;Spring/Summer97, Vol. 129 Issue 9, p12
Looks at the issue of developmental milestones in children. Doubts about the validity of developmental time frames; Development of sensory and motor skills varying widely from child to child; How children develop motor and sensory skills after birth; Need to watch for developmental...
- Little artists and athletes. Underwood, Anne; Plagens, Peter // Newsweek;Spring/Summer97, Vol. 129 Issue 9, p14
Looks at the development of fine and gross motor skills possessed by children. Steps parents can take to develop those skills to the utmost; Need to make as many experiences as possible available to one's child; Views from the author of `The Portable Pediatrician'; Views about the development...
- Snip Tips. Sargent, Laurie Winslow // Parenting;Dec/Jan2003, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p185
Deals with ways to help toddlers of age three who usually have acquired hand strength and motor skills to understand the use and usage of scissors. Rule in a child's usage of scissors; Description of scissors appropriate for toddlers.
- Your Kid's Fitness Milestones. // Parenting Early Years;Nov2012, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p28
The article discusses the skills considered as key to the child's development and when these skills are manifested in a child such as kicking a ball from 16 months to two years, jumping by two years, and swinging a bat by three to four years.