Motor learning of children with learning disabilities

Rizzo, Terry
July 1998
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly;Jul1998, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p286
Academic Journal
Presents a summary of the article `Constant versus variable practice in learning a motor task using individuals with learning disabilities,' by R. Heitman, J. Erdmann, L. Gurchiek, J. Kovaleski and W. Gilley, found in the 1997 edition of the periodical `Clinical Kinesiology: Journal of the American Kinesiotherapy Association.'


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