Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) encompasses a diverse spectrum of difficulties that affect a child's ability to learn and carry out coordinated motor skills.
Our current projects examine the relationship between perception and action, more specifically a child's ability to adapt their movements to changes in the environment and to different tasks.
Our aim is to understand the underlying mechanisms of DCD with the long-term goal of developing more effective interventions for these children.
The projects examine children from 5-13 years of age, who have difficulties with motor coordination, particularly those children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD).
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