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Ryan D. Burns, Youngwon Kim, Wonwoo Byun and Timothy A. Brusseau

Fundamental gross motor skills facilitate physical health, well-being, and performance in activities of daily living for the developing child. 1 , 2 Fundamental gross motor skills manifest from rudimentary phases of infancy to complicated locomotor and manipulative movements and serve as building

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Vítor Pires Lopes, Linda Saraiva, Celina Gonçalves and Luis P. Rodrigues

; Barnett, Morgan, van Beurden, & Beard, 2008 ; Goodway & Rudisill, 1997 ; LeGear et al., 2012 ; Robinson, 2011 ). However, boys’ locomotor proficiency has been reported as lower ( Barnett et al., 2008 ; van Beurden, Zask, Barnett, & Dietrich, 2002 ), similar ( Goodway & Rudisill, 1997 ), higher

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* Claudine Sherrill * Ronald French * Bettye Myers * 10 2001 18 4 366 388 10.1123/apaq.18.4.366 Social Inclusion of Students with Physical Disabilities in General Physical Education: A Behavioral Analysis Kimberly Place * Samuel R. Hodge * 10 2001 18 4 389 404 10.1123/apaq.18.4.389 Locomotor and

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Intervention Strategies on the Locomotor Skills of Children With Visual Impairments Ali Brian * Laura Bostick * Angela Starrett * Aija Klavina * Sally Taunton Miedema * Adam Pennell * Alex Stribing * Emily Gilbert * Lauren J. Lieberman * 1 04 2020 27 02 2020 37 2 177 192 10.1123/apaq.2019

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-Point Hypothesis (λ Model) Anatol G. Feldman * David J. Ostry * Mindy F. Levin * Paul L. Gribble * Arnold B. Mitnitski * 7 1998 2 3 189 205 10.1123/mcj.2.3.189 Original Research Intrinsic Muscle Properties Facilitate Locomotor Control—A Computer Simulation Study Karin G.M. Gerritsen * Anton J. van

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Ross D. Neville, Fergal Lyons, Brendan Doyle and Kimberley D. Lakes

manipulation—or, more formally, locomotor (i.e., running, skipping, galloping, sliding, hoping, bounding) and object-control (i.e., catching, throwing, rolling, kicking, bouncing, balancing, striking) skills ( Ulrich, 2000 ). Failure to develop proficiency in one or more of these areas is known to severely

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Viviene A. Temple, Dawn L. Lefebvre, Stephanie C. Field, Jeff R. Crane, Beverly Smith and Patti-Jean Naylor

Motor Development (TGMD-2; Ulrich, 2000 ) was used to assess the locomotor (run, hop, slide, leap, gallop, and horizontal jump) and object control (strike, catch, dribble, throw, kick, and underhand roll) skills of the children and to provide an estimate of each child’s current level of gross motor

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ORIGINAL RESEARCH Predicting Happiness in Paralympic Swimming Medalists Jeffrey Martin * Mario Vassallo * Jacklyn Carrico * Ellen Armstrong * 27 06 2019 1 07 2019 36 3 309 324 10.1123/apaq.2018-0140 apaq.2018-0140 Locomotor Adaptations During RaceRunning in People With Neurological Motor

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, and GPS Matthew Pearce * David H. Saunders * Peter Allison * Anthony P. Turner * 1 01 2018 15 1 40 45 10.1123/jpah.2016-0638 jpah.2016-0638 Behavioral Effects of a Locomotor-Based Physical Activity Intervention in Preschoolers Sarah Burkart * Jasmin Roberts * Matthew C. Davidson * Sofiya

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Stance Stability and Locomotor Stability Following a Trip in Unilateral Vestibulopathy Christopher McCrum * Katrin Eysel-Gosepath * Gaspar Epro * Kenneth Meijer * Hans H.C.M. Savelberg * Gert-Peter Brüggemann * Kiros Karamanidis * 4 2017 33 2 112 117 10.1123/jab.2016-0004 Shoulder Muscle