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Hendersen SE, Sugden DA, Barnett AL (2007) Movement assessment battery for children-2. Second Edition (Movement ABC-2). Examiner’s manual. Harcourt Assessment, London  
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1. Cairney J (2015) Developmental coordination disorder and its consequences: an introduction to the problem. In: Cairney J (eds) Developmental coordination disorder and its consequences. University of Toronto Press, London, pp 5–30
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2. Cairney J (2015) Developmental coordination disorder, physical activity, and physical health: results from the phast project. In: Cairney J (eds) Developmental coordination disorder and its consequences. University of Toronto Press, London, pp 62–107
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3. French B, Blanchard CCV, McGlashan HL, Holmes NP (in preparation) Towards non-parametric, bootstrapped norms for the Movement Assessment Battery for Children-2 (MABC-2). Research in Developmental Disabilities, 0:0
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4. Hattam NR (2017) Motor ability and outcomes of physical education: interaction of perceived athletic competence and motivation style in children aged 9-11 years. BSc Thesis, University of Nottingham, 28pp.
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5. Holmes NP (2013) Parietal and cerebellar control of reaching and grasping and its dysfunction in developmental coordination disorder. Medical Research Council; New Investigator Research Grant (UKP583913).
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6. Holmes NP, Blanchard CCV, French B, McGlashan HL, Sycamore NJ, Hutnik M, Sperring RJ (2016) Relationships between cerebellar & cerebal volume and movement in 85 children. Neuroimaging group seminar, B37, 9th November
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7. Niemeijer AS, Van Waelvelde H, Smits-Engelsman BCM (2015) Crossing the north sea seems to make DCD disappear: cross-validation of movement assessment battery for children-2 norms. Human Movement Science, 39:177-188
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8. Piek JP, Rigoli D (2015) Psychosocial and behavioural difficulties in children with developmental coordination disorder. In: Cairney J (eds) Developmental coordination disorder and its consequences. University of Toronto Press, London, pp 108–137
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9. Saidel S (2017) Task-specific and process-oriented interventions for the development of children’s motor abilities: a comparative investigation. BSc Thesis, University of Nottingham, 23pp.
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10. Schoemaker MM, Wilson BN (2015) Screening for developmental coordination disorder in school-age children. In: Cairney J (eds) Developmental coordination disorder and its consequences. University of Toronto Press, London, pp 169–191
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11. Wilmut K, Byrne M, Barnett AL (2013) Reaching to throw compared to reaching to place: a comparison across individuals with and without developmental coordination disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(1):174-182
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12. Zwicker JG, Missiuna CA, Harris SR, Boyd LA (2011) Brain activation associated with motor skill practice in children with developmental coordination disorder: an fmri study. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 29(2):145-152
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13. Zwicker JG, Missiuna CA, Harris SR, Boyd LA (2012) Developmental coordination disorder: a pilot diffusion tensor imaging study. Pediatric Neurology, 46(3):162-167
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