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Gross motor skill learning is the acquisition of gross motor skills and has been studied in a number of populations.

Aspects of the learning processEdit

Acquisition in childrenEdit

Acquisition by people with learning difficultiesEdit

Animal studiesEdit

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ReferencesEdit

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