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Week 1 Motor Behavior

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Week 1 Motor Behavior PEMES 2056

Savanna Hunt
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Intro to Motor Behavior
Fabio E Fontana
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motor, behavior, exercise, Science, sports, health




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Savanna Hunt on Sunday August 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PEMES 2056 at University of Northern Iowa taught by Fabio E Fontana in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Intro to Motor Behavior in Physical Education at University of Northern Iowa.

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Date Created: 08/21/16
(For Reference) Chapter 2 pg 21-24   Classification of motor skills- how we learn movement is a complex phenomenon    Generalization of principals- a skill in one sport may cross over to another (following through in tennis, baseball, and basketball)   Environmental predictability (not all of these fall strictly into one category) - open skill (unpredictable environment)return of serve, block, pass -closed skill (predictable environment)free throw, penalty kick, tennis serve   Task organization  -Discrete skill (beginning and end of skill are well defined)(tend to be individual sports skills) A single soccer kick, a tennis serve, a baseball pitch. -Serial skill (combination of any skills)  (tend to be entire games) Gymnastics routine, tennis as a whole, basketball game -Continuous skill (arbitrary, repetitive, cyclic, long duration) Jogging, cycling, swimming   Group actions and types of actions (fine/gross motor skills) by how big or small the tasks are and how accurate they are.  Fine motor skill- archery Gross motor skill- weight lifting      Motor Control: Information processing model- input -> processing (human) -> output   Processing (3 steps): 1. Stimulus identification Read the environment (sensory systems take in information) 2. Response selection (Decision making) 3. Response programming (Plan of execution initiation)


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