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Movement Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Some may assume that movement and locomotion are the same, but these two words have certain differences. Movement is known to be the time when a living organism will move from one place to another. Locomotion means that the movement that the living organism did has made changes to the current position of the organism.

Movement is something that all living things do, but there are some that may have some problems, so they will not be able to move that well. When people do a movement, it is possible that they will stay in one position while doing the movement. Those who do locomotion will move from one place to another.

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S. Barnes

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Amish and Mennonites are followers of the Mennonite Church founded by Jakob Amman. They are known to be very traditional and peace-loving people. Though they both follow the teaching of the Mennonite Church, they are different in many ways. The Amish Mennonites, or Simply Amish, is known to be strictly observing the teachings especially in promoting peace and avoiding violence amongst their community.

They are known to be very traditional that they do not use most of the technology and clothes used and enjoyed today by the majority of the people. They also do not put too much effort too in contacting the outside the world as they live in their communities with their families. Mennonites are known to use technology and wear the latest clothes. They blend in the crowd and are active in supporting world organizations.

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T. Lopez

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Ataxia and Apraxia are different in some ways. The only similarity between them is that, they are both movement disorders. The differences between Ataxia and Apraxia will be discussed in relation to their definition. Ataxia is a movement disorder in which there is lack of coordination when performing voluntary movements. Whereas apraxia is the total or partial loss of the ability to perform coordinated movements or manipulate objects in the absence of motor or sensory impairment; specifically, a disorder of motor planning.

Most times we get frustrated when we master some movements and later becomes a huge problem to perform the movement in reality. This occurs when the motor nerves were not able to interpret the instructions to carry out the coordinated movements. Ataxia is also caused by injury, wound or infection in the cerebellum, while Apraxia is caused by injury, wound or infections in the cerebrum.

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