Motor-action training for a child with severe mental retardation: Continued improvement with continuation of training

Accession Number

Journal, Peer Reviewed Journal: 1991-75171-001.

Author

Tohya, Kouichi.

Institution

Tohya, Kouichi:KyushuU, Faculty of Education,Fukuoka,Japan.

Title

Motor-action training for a child with severe mental retardation: Continued improvement with continuation of training. [Japanese].

Source

Japanese Journal of Special Education. Vol 28(3), Dec Japan: Japanese Assn of Special Education. , 53-59.

Abstract

Describes the effects of supplementing 6 mo of motor training of a severely mentally retarded 9-yr-old girl with 20 mo of further training. Training effects were assessed with videotaped records, behavioral observation, and photographs of the S’s posture. As a result of additional training, the frequency of inappropriate behaviors decreased further, duration of eye contact began to increase, and improvement was noted in interpersonal behavior, eating behavior, playing, motor control, and posture. (English abstract) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).

Key Concepts

extended motor training, inappropriate behavior & motor control & posture, severely mentally retarded 9 yr old females.

Subject Headings

*Motor Skills
*Perceptual Motor Learning
*Posture
*Severe Mental Retardation
Behavior

Classification Code

Rehabilitation [3380].

Population Group

Human.

Language

Japanese.

Publication Type

Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal.

ISSN Print

۰۳۸۷-۳۳۷۴٫

Entry Month

۱۹۹۱۰۷۰۱٫

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