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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Inability to make purposeful movements.

Usage examples (37)
  • We took him to the doctors, the developmental pediatricians, and they said oh, he has something called apraxia, which is a fancy label for a speech delay.
  • There is evidence that the pre-frontal cortex has a centre for the conscious initiation of movements, and that lesions produce "apraxia,"
  • Anna's son, Red, has apraxia, which means he can't talk.
  • Labels: apraxia, blogging, children, Red, writing posted by The Wandering Author | Permalink: 6:33 PM for more
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