Fundamental gross motor skill performance by girls and boys with learning disabilities
The purpose of this study was to compare the performance of fundamental gross motor skills by 10 girls and 10 boys, 7 yr. old, with learning disabilities. Their skills were assessed on the Test of Gross Motor Development. The boys achieved significantly higher mean scores than the girls on the subtests of Locomotor Skills and Object Control Skills, and on the Gross Motor Development Quotient. © Perceptual and Motor Skills 1997.
Woodard, Rebecca J. and Surburg, Paul R., "Fundamental gross motor skill performance by girls and boys with learning disabilities" (1997). Articles by College of Health and Human Services Faculty. 1095.
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