عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of quiet eye training on motor components of the receiving task in children with developmental coordination disorder. The present study was Quasi-experimental with a pre-test, post test and was utilized during and control group design. The participants were 400 6-year-old girls with developmental coordination disorder from kindergartens affiliated to Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, 60 of whom with an average age of 6±1.15 years were randomly divided into three groups basic quiet eye training, short-term, long-term and control group. The considered interventions were performed for 6 weeks, three sessions per week and 45 minutes for each session. The participants made 10 acquisition attempts in the pre-test, acquisition in each session, post-test and reminder stages. The movement assessment battery for children - second edition (MABC-2) and an eye tracking device and camera with high speed and accuracy, was used motor evaluation and recording vision information and kinematic data received task. Also, data were analyzed using repeated measurement and intra-group variance analysis. The finding showed, basic, short-term and long-term quiet eye training had a significant effect on reducing the elbow joint angle in receiving task in children with developmental coordination disorder (P≤0.05). Also, long-term quiet eye training significantly reduced in elbow joint angle in the receiving task with compared to basic and short-term resident eye training (P≤0.05). It seems, optimal quiet eye trainings cause reducing the elbow joint angle receiving task in children with developmental coordination disorder. Generally the results of this research emphasize the importance of a longer quiet eye period on learning to receive tasks.