Flashcards in Quiz 3 - Chapter 23 - Motor Control: Fine Motor Skills Deck (26)
The ability to use the eyes, hands, and fingers together in carrying out precise movements that are necessary for performing a variety of daily activities
fine motor development
stacking blocks, putting simple puzzle pieces together, and putting pegs into a pegboard, among other things, are examples of ________ activities
moving objects withing the hand (translation), adjusting a toy or object in the hand (shift), rotating an object in the hand (rotation), or picking up multiple objects are examples of _______________________ activities
in hand manipulation
the use of implements
most manipulative activities require both arms and both hands to work together in various ways - this is called __________.
bilateral motor control
the control or use of the small muscle masses of the wrist, hands, and fingers to grasp
small muscle control
These refer to the use of hands individually in performing different actions involved in a single activity
lead and assist hands or bimanual functional asymmetry.
what is a fun way to encourage repetitive hand and finger movements?
whole hand and finger puppets
how the child moves the eyes to focus on or follow objects in the environment is called
eye movement control
the eyes move rapidly and accurately from item to item in this type of eye movement
saccadic eye movements
the eyes move to follow slow-moving objects, among other things in this type of eye movement
pursuit tracking movements
the manual control of objects
The three functions of the hand include
positioning the hand, supporting the hand, and producing force
the functions of the hand include
picking up, holding or grasping an object, manipulating objects or implements
what are the three pinches again?
pincer grasp, tip to tip, and three jaw chuck
This type of grasp is when the handle or object is held tight against the palm, and the arm and shoulder produce the movement
This type of grasp is when the thumb and fingertips are used to change the object's position or move the implement.
the timing and application of appropriate force to adapt to changes in object position
These skills involve the use of TOOLS to accomplish specific goals
implement usage skills
Knowledge of Results
Knowledge of Performance
KR or KP: It usually answers the question, "Was the goal achieved?"
KR or KP: It usually answers the question, "What did the individual actually do?"
This is a type of practice in with the rest intervals between practice sessions or trials are very short
This is a type of practice in which the rest intervals are longer