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23.Visual acuity one of the perceptual-motor abilities that Fleishman did

Question : 23.Visual acuity one of the perceptual-motor abilities that Fleishman did : 2106744

23.Visual acuity is one of the perceptual-motor abilities that Fleishman did not include in his taxonomy.

24.In Fleishman's taxonomy, the ability to rapidly and accurately move the hand to a small target is known as finger dexterity.

25.Fleishman's taxonomy of abilities should be considered an exhaustive inventory of all the abilities related to motor skill performance.

26.A task analysis is an essential part of identifying the motor abilities that underlie the performance of any motor skill.

27.Tests of motor abilities are often used to predict future performance of a motor skill.

28.It is quite easy to predict which child athletes are going to excel as adult athletes using tests of motor abilities.

 

 

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