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Synonyms for motor

to run and control (a motor vehicle)

Synonyms for motor

machine that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy and so imparts motion

a nonspecific agent that imparts motion

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travel or be transported in a vehicle

conveying information to the muscles from the CNS

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causing or able to cause motion

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In order to evaluate the effectiveness of each regimen, the Wolf Motor Function Test, the Motor Activity Log, and the Fugl-Meyer assessment were used (8).
In normal individuals, initiation of motor activity shows activation of multiple extensive neural networks.
17] in the same research found that young boys have more motor activity than girls and tendency to activity decreased with age in both sexes [16, 17].
Adjustments were made within each domain for the final version of the questionnaire: health & development: best practices for preschoolers (nine items); curriculum for nutrition and large motor activity (17 items); daily activities with food and physical activity (13 items); and community involvement (nine items).
Aleeza, Suleman and Attequr Rehman of Rising Sun Institute DHA grabbed the top three positions in motor activity training programme (MATP) contest.
The process of learning a new motor activity or optimizing the known one may be seen as a sequence of trials, where each trial is an action aiming to achieve a certain goal.
A 63-year-old man presented with gait difficulty, slowing of all motor activity, and memory loss.
Either crocins, at a dose which did not influence animals' motor activity (50mg/kg), or diazepam (1.
In the animal model, long term neurocognitive changes, including differences in learning, memory, motor activity, attention and behaviour during adulthood, have also been identified.
The motor activity, writing, actually lays down pathways in the mind.
Slightly different brain systems might be involved in athletic choking, where working memory might not be as important as brain processes that control motor activity, Mattarella-Micke said.
ES is defined as uncoordinated motor activity in the smooth muscle portion of the esophagus.
Previous research demonstrated that a mixture of 11 pyrethroids had a dose-additive effect on the rat nervous system, decreasing the animals' motor activity at doses below the threshold dose of each constituent compound.
He discusses how subconscious directors of motor activity in the nervous system dictate how fast athletes run and how the sequence of muscle activation and its tempo are best regulated for optimal performance, as well as the biological clock that alters function and how time affects motor function over the life span, including the development of athletic skill during childhood.