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'''Sensorimotor measures''' are [[neuropsychological measures]] and procedures designed to assess processes which require coordination of [[attention]] and [[perception]] mechanisms with motor activity.
 
'''Sensorimotor measures''' are [[neuropsychological measures]] and procedures designed to assess processes which require coordination of [[attention]] and [[perception]] mechanisms with motor activity.
   

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Sensorimotor measures are neuropsychological measures and procedures designed to assess processes which require coordination of attention and perception mechanisms with motor activity.

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