Learning new still does not necessarily help to repair neurological damage following a stroke, a new study reports.
A new study using non-human primates found infants of mothers who were stressed during pregnancy grew faster but had slower motor development than their peers.
According to researchers, sleep twitches in babies could be linked to sensorimotor development.
A new study reports that making changes during repeat practice sessions helps people to learn a new skill faster.
A new study reports young male chimps spend time manipulating objects, but are not as adept at tool use as older females are.
A new study reports that embarking on everyday activities, such as doing the laundry or washing dishes, provides more benefit to people with Parkinson's disease than occasional strenuous activity in helping to control their symptoms.
Researchers discover toddlers with poor motor function also exhibit poor math skills. The findings could help educators to identify children who may require extra math help.
Information about the state of a person's motor function can be obtained by analyzing how they type, researchers report.
A new study identifies a possible biomarker for predicting whether preterm infants are at risk for developing motor developmental problems.