KINS 7151X Motor Development and Analysis

45 hours; 3 credits

Theoretical perspectives in motor development; principles of motion and stability; physical growth and aging; development of motor skills across the life span; perceptual-motor development; functional constraints to motor development; interaction of exercise and structural constraints; effects of practice regimens and feedback, and the theoretical perspectives relevant to motor development research. Students in this course will learn, examine and analyze the theories and principles that relate to skillful movement, physical activity, and fitness in one's life.

Prerequisite: none


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