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dyspraxia


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An impairment in ability to perform deliberate movements, not caused by any defect in sensory or motor functions. See also developmental coordination disorder, Dore programme. Compare apraxia. [From Greek dys- bad or abnormal, praxis a deed or action, from prassein to do + -ia indicating a condition or quality]

Subjects: Psychology — Education.


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