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Mon-Williams MA, Tresilian JR, Bell VE, Coppard VL, Nixdorf M, Carson RG (2005) The preparation of reach-to-grasp movements in adults, children, and children with movement problems. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 58(7):1249-1263      
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1. Cohen J (1988) Statistical Power Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences. Earlbaum
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2. Goodman DA, Kelso JAS (1980) Are movements prepared in parts? Not under compatible (naturalized) conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 109:475-495
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3. Henderson L, Rose P, Henderson SE (1992) Reaction time and movement time in children with a developmental coordination disorder. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 33(5):895-905
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4. Henderson SE, Sugden DA (1992) Movement assessment battery for children. The Psychological Corporation, London
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5. LeClair DA, Pollack BJ, Elliott D (1993) Movement preparation in adults with and without down syndrome. American Journal of Mental Retardation, 97:628-633
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6. Loftus AM, Goodale MA, Servos P, Mon-Williams MA (2004) When two eyes are better than one in prehension: prehension, end-point variance and monocular viewing. Experimental Brain Research, 158:328-335
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7. Losse A, Henderson SE, Elliman D, Hall DMB, Knight E, Jongmans MJ (1991) Clumsiness in children - do they grow out of it? a 10-year follow up study. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 33(1):55-68
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8. Mandich AD, Buckolz E, Polatajko HJ (2003) Children with developmental coordination disorder (dcd) and their ability to disengage ongoing attentional focus: more on inhibitory function. Brain and Cognition, 51:346-356
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9. Mon-Williams MA, Tresilian JR, Bell VE, Coppard VL, Jobling A, Carson RG (2001) The preparation of reach to grasp movements in adults with down syndrome. Human Movement Science, 20:587-602
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10. Olivier I, Audiffren M, Ripoll H (1998) Age-related differences in the preparatory processes of motor programming. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 69:49-65
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11. Olivier I, Rival C (2002) Foreperiod duration and motor preparation during childhood. Neuroscience Letters, 319:125-128
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12. Paulignan Y, Jeannerod M, MacKenzie C, Marteniuk RG (1991b) Selective perturbation of visual input during prehension movements. 2. The effects of changing object size. Experimental Brain Research, 87(2):407-420
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13. Rosenbaum DA (1980) Human movement initiation: Specification of arm, direction and extent. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 109:444-474
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14. Schellekens JMH, Scholten CA, Kalverboer AF (1983) Visually guided hand movements in children with minor neurological dysfunction: response time and movement organization. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 24(1):89-102
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15. Smyth MM, Anderson HI, Churchill A (2001) Visual information and the control of reaching in children: a comparison of children with and without developmental coordination disorder. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 33(3):306-320
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16. Smyth MM, Mason UC (1997) Planning and execution of action in children with and without developmental coordination disorder. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 38:1023-1037
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17. Smyth TR (1991) Abnormal clumsiness in children: a defect of motor programmming? Child: Care, Health and Development, 17:283-294
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18. Smyth TR, Glencross DJ (1986) Information processing deficits in clumsy children. Australian Journal of Psychology, 38:13-22
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19. van Dellen T, Geuze RH (1988) Motor response processing in clumsy children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 29:489-500
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