Chapter 2 Notes
Chapter 2 Notes KIN 2332
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Date Created: 09/04/15
Motor Learning and Control Notes Chapter 2 September 3 2015 What is a skill Is a skill learning domain speci c Skilled Behavior Skill domain 1 Cognitive Skills 2 Perceptual Skills 3 Motor Skills Cognitive SkiIls Measurement of success Knowledge and Cognitive Abilities Perceptual Skills Measurement of success sensing when and how to act Motor Skills Measurement of success Quality of movement What is a skill There are 1 Skills 2 Skills 3 purpose driven and voluntary Motor Skills Characteristics and Abilities Response 0 Action or motor skill Moverheat Ability Abilities vs Skills The study of Motor Skills 3 Components 1 The Person a Individual attributes 2 The Task a Goals movement demands and perceptual demands 3 The environment a Environment in which a person executes the skill Four 4 common amp essential characteristics of Motor Skills IMotor equivalence a Ex holding a phone w shoulder 2 Motor variability a Different Neural pathways each time 3 Motor Consistency 4 Motor Modi ability September 3 2015 Four Problems in the study of Motor Skills 1 Degrees of freedom selection of organization pattern b Independent variation c Complexity of the problem 2 Perception a Skill execution coordination movements coupled with sensory information b Alteration of perception 3 The serial order timing problem a Ordering and timing of sub elements are controlled b Linear chaining one response initials another 4 The skills acquisition problem a Skills exhibit motor variability and motor consistency b Series of sub problems i Nervous system control ii Is there upper limit iii Individual differences Classi cation of Motor Skills One Dimensional 1 Stability of the environment 2 Temporal predictability 3 Movement precision Stability of environment Context a person performs and the objects acted upon gt Closed motor skill Open Motor Skill Temporal Predictability lDiscrete Motor Skills gt Continuous Motor Skills gt Serial Motor Skills Movement Precision lFine Motor Skills gt Gross motor skills
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