Apraxia

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Apraxia are disorders of movement, or the organization of movement, resulting from damage to certain areas of the cerebral cortex. The disorders can not be accounted for by damage to sensory systems or damage to lower levels of motor systems.

Sources

Abnormal Psychology, Rosenhan & Seligman, 1984