Psychomotor Skills?


Psychomotor skills are those skills that you do so often that you don't have to think about how to do them even when you are doing them. Typing skill is an example of a psychomotor skill. This skill requires learning.
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they are specific steps for specific jobs, and it is much easier for the person to understand. for example: tying shoelaces, there are specific steps for it to sink into a child's
Skills that you have done before and don't think about how to do them while you're doing
It is a skill that requires you to use your motor (muscle-skeletal structures) that are associated with your mental processes (processes of the mind or will). A good example is driving
a nursing intervention from the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) defined as preparing a patient to perform a psychomotor skill. See also Nursing Interventions Classification
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A psychomotor skill is the ability to do something without engaging your brains, the actions we take without thinking simply because we are used to such action to the extend that it becomes part of life or the norm. Actions such as moving your arms and hands steady while holding your arm and hand in one position.
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Psychomotor skills are the skills a person acquires through movement, manipulation and coordination of actions. The learner progresses through the cognitive, associative ...
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