Definition of psychomotor in English:

psychomotor

adjective

  • Relating to the origination of movement in conscious mental activity.

    ‘her birth and psychomotor development up to five years of age were normal’
    • ‘Disabilities in mental and psychomotor development, neuromotor function, or sensory and communication function are present in about one half of extremely preterm fetuses.’
    • ‘The studies looked at changes in intelligence, psychomotor speed, executive functions, visuospatial ability, kinesthetic function and electrophysiological measures.’
    • ‘The three domains of learning (ie, cognitive, psychomotor, affective) were to be addressed during this educational opportunity.’
    • ‘Delirium is a disturbance of consciousness and cognition with a sudden onset that may be accompanied by increased psychomotor activity.’
    • ‘Boys were more likely than girls to experience problems with both mental and psychomotor development, but the risk of disability was no greater for babies born at 22 weeks than at 25.’

Pronunciation

psychomotor

/ˌsʌɪkəʊˈməʊtə/