Sensorimotor skills

Sensorimotor skills involve the process of receiving sensory input and producing a motor response . Sensory information is culled from our bodies and the environment through our sensory systems (vision, hearing, smell, taste, touch, vestibular, and proprioception), and is then organized and processed to enable us to produce an movement response to support success in daily tasks. Motor planning is a critical part of sensorimotor skills.

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