September 8, 2014 - 06:48
Article from University of Stavanger
Earlier studies have shown differences between boys' and girls'
motor skills – usually to the girls' disadvantage. However,
researchers have now made some different findings. (...)
(...) The results of the study showed that girls performed better
in self-help skills, fine motor skills and general movement skills.
In the gross motor area, such as kicking a large ball, riding a
tricycle or running and jumping, there were no differences between
boys and girls. (...)