Chapter 5 The Learning of Motor Skill
Chapter 5 The Learning of Motor Skill KIN 2332
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Date Created: 10/01/15
i FMotor Learning and Control Notes Chapter 5 The Learning Motor Skills Tuesday September 29 2015 De ning learning Performance 0 Observable behavior 0 Measurement Learning 0 Change in capacity to perform skill Learning berformed distinction 0 Performance as re ection of learning 0 Facilitation of learning by good performance Performance Variability 1 Instruction Good teacher 2Environment 3Self Anxiety fatigue motivation etc Assessing LearningMeasuring ART Observation measurements of learning r All three methods require repeated observations Beginning step 1 in an experiment From an experiment perspective Acquisition is the Ex An exam This is when you see if what was practiced during acquisition has any in uenced on the subjects ability to attempt other tasks that are similar yet very different Assessing Learning A quotClassicquot Motor Learning Experiment Shea and Morgan Question methods of scheduling practice Block practice Random Practice Results Acquisition Retention and Transfer Test Thursday October 1 2015 The shape of Learning Performance cruves Performance curve Line graph of a series of performance observations 0 General representation Features to indicate learning gt General graph is upward Types of Curves 4 types Learning occurs proportionally overtime Learning 0 Ex weight lifting learning how to ride a bike 0 Ex Learning a language learning a dance ballet its really slow at rst and then it gets better faster 0 Learning Normal Performance Curves Mostly common observed Negatively Accelerating Curve Learning at dif cult movement patterns Positively accelerating or Sshaped performance curves Qverlearning 1 mm unable to retrieve and utilize capacity Overlearningcontinued practice beyond desired level of mastery mastery does not have to be 100 1 The goal is to have more resistance to forgetting VAutomaticity Amount of practice is directly related ex Divingacar Refresher practice Overlearning spread out over incremental practice sessions continued education of pilots surgeons etc oContinuing education preserve what you already know Disadvantage of overlearning time consuming The transfer of learning V Transfer in uence of learning n skill on performance of another skill 0 Ex if your good with numbers when you re a child will that help you in chemistry when you re in high school V Target Skill The task the person wishes to be able to perform V Target Context The environment the person wishes to perform in Pt clinicreal life
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