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Plumb MS, Wilson AD, Mulroue A, Brockman A, Williams J, Mon-Williams MA (2008) Online corrections in children with and without dcd. Human Movement Science, 27(5):695-704      
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1. Henderson SE, Sugden DA (1992) Movement assessment battery for children. The Psychological Corporation, London
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2. Katschmarsky S, Cairney S, Maruff P, Wilson PH, Currie JN (2001) The ability to execute saccades on the basis of efference copy: impairments in double-step saccade performance in children with developmental co-ordination disorder. Experimental Brain Research, 136:73-78
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3. 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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4. Megaw ED (1974) Possible modification to a rapid on-going programmed manual response. Brain Research, 71:425-441
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5. 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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6. Rossetti YRC, Pisella L, Vighetto A (2003) Optic ataxia revisited: Visually guided action versus immediate visuomotor control. Experimental Brain Research, 153(2):171-179
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7. Turrell Y, Bard C, Fleury M, Teasdale N, Martin O (1998) Corrective loops involved in fast aiming movements: Effect of task and environment. Experimental Brain Research, 120(1):41-51
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8. Wilmut K, Wann JP, Brown JH (2006) Problems in the coupling of eye and hand in the sequential movements of children with developmental coordination disorder. Child: Care, Health and Development, 32(6):3665-678
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9. Wolpert DM, Miall RC, Kawato MI (1998b) Internal models in the cerebellum. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2(9):338-347
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10. Wolpert DM, Ghahramani Z, Flanagan R (2001) Perspectives and problems in motor learning. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5(11):487-494
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