publication . Article . 2015

Ertong Zaoqi Jingxi Dongzuo Jineng yu Renzhi Fazhan de Guanxi

Geng Da; Zhang Xingli; Shi Jiannong;
Open Access Chinese
  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
  • Country: Denmark
Fine motor skills refer to any movement where an individual uses the small muscles or muscle areas of the hands and fingers; these movements serve to development of muscle while also improving the cognitive recognition of the object. Automatic fine motor skills can save limited attention resources for advanced cognition tasks as required by an individual; in the development of fine motor skills and cognition, the two abilities interact, some motor skills are the prerequisite for some cognition and the practice of cognition. Fine motor skills also can predict the academic performance of young students. The two abilities are inter-related because they share common...
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Medical Subject Headings: educationbehavioral disciplines and activities
free text keywords: fine motor skill, cognition, relation, development, children, Developmental psychology, Fine motor, Cognitive development, Psychology, Cognitive psychology
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