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NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF SMALL-MOTOR FUNCTION IN YOUNGER SCHOOLCHILDREN WITH DISORDERS OF THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

Nedurueva Ta. Va., Bibicheva Ta. Vl., Yuriychuk Ok. An.

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This article presents the methods and results of a neuropsychological study of small-motor functions in primary school children with disorders of the musculoskeletal system. The authors have shown the relevance and practical importance of organizing the construction of a comprehensive program of correctional and developmental education aimed at the motor development of children with disorders of the musculoskeletal system, the development of speech and cognitive functions.

Keywords:

small-motor functions, dynamic praxis, primary school age, disorders of the musculoskeletal system, cerebral palsy, neuropsychology, correctional psychology.

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Info authors
Nedurueva Ta. Va.,
nedurtv@yandex.ru 305041 Kursk, st.K. Marx, 3, Russian Federation
Bibicheva Ta. Vl.,
305041 Kursk, st.K. Marx, 3, Russian Federation
Yuriychuk Ok. An.,
305041 Kursk, st.K. Marx, 3, Russian Federation