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Perceptual motor processes

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Perceptual motor processes are the means by which perception, usually visual perception is related to motor processes to provide guided motor perfomances, such as tracking and bodily equilibrium. These process underly perceptual motor coordination, but may also contribute to some motor disorders particularly motor skills disorders

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