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Wilson PH, McKenzie BE (1998) Information processing deficits associated with developmental coordination disorder: A meta-analysis of research findings. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 39(6):829-840    
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1. Astill SL, Utley A (2008) Coupling of the reach and grasp phase during catching in children with developmental coordination disorder. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 40(4):315-323
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2. Biancotto M, Skabar A, Bulgheroni M, Carrozzi M, Zoia S (2011) Neuromotor deficits in developmental coordination disorder: evidence from a reach-to-grasp task. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32(4):1293-1300
      [NBArticle #34199] [Cites 37]
3. Deconinck FJA, De Clercq D, Savelsbergh GJP, Van Coster R, Oostra A, Dewitte G, Lenoir M (2006) Visual contribution to walking in children with developmental coordination disorder. Child: Care, Health and Development, 32(6):711-722
      [NBArticle #34192] [Cites 17] [CitedBy 1]
4. King BR, Kagerer FA, Harring JR, Contreras-vidal JL, Clark JE (2011) Multisensory adaptation of spatial-to-motor transformations in children with developmental coordination disorder. Experimental Brain Research, 212(2):257-265
      [NBArticle #34713] [Cites 26]
5. Sugden DA, Chambers ME (2005) Children with developmental coordination disorder. Whurr, London
  [NBArticle #40909] [Cites 320] [CitedBy 2]
6. Van Waelvelde H, De Weerdt W, De Cock P, Janssens L, Feys H, Smits-Engelsman BCM (2006) Parameterization of movement execution in children with developmental coordination disorder. Brain and Cognition, 60(1):20-31
      [NBArticle #34193] [Cites 23] [CitedBy 4]
7. Woolley ED (2016) The relationships between clumsiness, handedness and gender. BSc Thesis, University of Nottingham, pp.
  [NBArticle #43457] [Cites 43]