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The function of supervising motor activities

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Asserted relationships to other concepts

motor control
is a kind of

No associations
motor control
is a part of

No associations
are a kind of
motor control

  • locomotion
  • balance
  • strength
  • are a part of
    motor control

    No associations

    Tasks that are asserted to measure motor control

    Task Contrast Measure

    clock drawing task
    • number of features correctly drawn

    Halstead-Reitan Battery
    • grooved peg total time
    • mean grip strength

    Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales
    • fine motor
    • gross motor

    Sensory Profile
    • modulation of endurance and tone

    Mullen Scales of Early Learning
    • fine motor
    • gross motor

    beery-buktenica developmental test of visual-motor integration
    • motor coordination score

    Reaction Time
    • response latency

    Motor Screening Task
    • success

    NIH Toolbox 2-Minute Walk Endurance Test
    • distance walked

    NIH Toolbox 9-Hole Pegboard Dexterity Test
    • time to complete

    Fitts task
    • target shape
    • peak velocity
    • target size
    • movement amplitude

    digit/symbol coding test
    • digit/symbol coding - symbol copy

    • overall similarity to intended picture

    Edinburgh Handedness Inventory
    • sum of strength scores x sum of items per hand

    finger tapping task
    • % rhythm maintainance
    • tap speed

    grasping task
    • kinematics

    isometric force
    • MVC minus baseline

    motor sequencing task
    • accuracy of participant minus average accuracy of controls

    oculomotor delayed response
    • sensory modality

    pantomime task
    • subject's pantomime ability compared to controls

    simple reaction time task
    • reaction time of participant minus average reaction time of controls

    writing task
    • pressure exerted by participant minus average pressure
    • accuracy of participant minus average accuracy of controls

    • areas of activation during task minus baseline

    • average degrees of movement minus participant degrees of movement

    action imitation task
    • standard deviation from the mean accuracy score