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Nancy Getchell
Nancy Getchell
Professor, Dept. of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, University of Delaware
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Life span motor development
KM Haywood, N Getchell
Human kinetics, 2021
19292021
Desenvolvimento Motor ao Longo da Vida-6ª Edição
KM Haywood, N Getchell
Artmed Editora, 2016
5912016
Relationship between fundamental motor skill competence and physical activity during childhood and adolescence: A systematic review
SW Logan, EK Webster, N Getchell, KA Pfeiffer, LE Robinson
Kinesiology review 4 (4), 416-426, 2015
4182015
Active start: a statement of physical activity guidelines for children from birth to age 5
JD Goodway, N Getchell, D Raynes
National Association for Sport and Physical Education, 2009
264*2009
Through the looking glass: A systematic review of longitudinal evidence, providing new insight for motor competence and health
LM Barnett, EK Webster, RM Hulteen, A De Meester, NC Valentini, ...
Sports Medicine 52 (4), 875-920, 2022
1872022
Using ‘constraints’ to design developmentally appropriate movement activities for early childhood education
LM Gagen, N Getchell
Early Childhood Education Journal 34, 227-232, 2006
1672006
Advanced analysis of motor development
KM Haywood, MA Roberton, N Getchell
Human Kinetics, 2011
1482011
The relationship between motor skill proficiency and body mass index in preschool children
SW Logan, K Scrabis-Fletcher, C Modlesky, N Getchell
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 82 (3), 442-448, 2011
1232011
The Comparison of Performances of Preschool Children on Two Motor Assessments
SW Logan, L Robinson, N Getchell
Perceptual and Motor Skills 113 (3), 715-723, 2011
972011
Perception–action coupling in children with and without DCD: frequency locking between task‐relevant auditory signals and motor responses in a dual‐motor task
J Whitall, N Getchell, S McMenamin, C Horn, A Wilms‐Floet, JE Clark
Child: care, health and development 32 (6), 679-692, 2006
962006
Multi-limb coordination and rhythmic variability under varying sensory availability conditions in children with DCD
SJ Mackenzie, N Getchell, K Deutsch, A Wilms-Floet, JE Clark, J Whitall
Human Movement Science 27 (2), 256-269, 2008
812008
From walking to running: applying a dynamical systems approach to the development of locomotor skills
J Whitall, N Getchell
Child development 66 (5), 1541-1553, 1995
791995
Reconceptualizing and operationalizing Seefeldt’s proficiency barrier: Applications and future directions
A Brian, N Getchell, L True, A De Meester, DF Stodden
Sports Medicine 50 (11), 1889-1900, 2020
762020
Age and task‐related differences in timing stability, consistency, and natural frequency of children's rhythmic, motor coordination
N Getchell
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2006
732006
How do children coordinate simultaneous upper and lower extremity tasks? The development of dual motor task coordination
N Getchell, J Whitall
Journal of experimental child psychology 85 (2), 120-140, 2003
712003
Effects of repetitive head impacts on a concussion assessment battery.
JB Caccese, C Best, LC Lamond, M DiFabio, TW Kaminski, DAN Watson, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 51 (7), 1355-1361, 2019
642019
Comparing children with and without dyslexia on the movement assessment battery for children and the test of gross motor development
N Getchell, P Pabreja, K Neeld, V Carrio
Perceptual and motor skills 105 (1), 207-214, 2007
632007
Life span motor development 6th ed
K Haywood, N Getchell
Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2014
612014
No clinical predictors of postconcussion musculoskeletal injury in college athletes
TA Buckley, CM Howard, JR Oldham, RC Lynall, CB Swanik, N Getchell
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 52 (6), 1256, 2020
552020
Assessing locomotor skills development in childhood using wearable inertial sensor devices: the running paradigm
I Masci, G Vannozzi, E Bergamini, C Pesce, N Getchell, A Cappozzo
Gait & posture 37 (4), 570-574, 2013
522013
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