Exam 3 key - KIN 315 Spring 2009 Name Motor Learning Third Exam MULTIPLE CHOICE and TRUE\/FALSE Mark the best answer for each question on the Scantron

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KIN 315 Spring 2009 Name Exam Number Motor Learning Third Exam MULTIPLE CHOICE and TRUE/FALSE Mark the best answer for each question on the Scantron sheet provided. Put your name and EID on the Scantron sheet as well as the exam (above). Put the exam number (bottom right corner of this sheet) on the Scantron sheet in the “Unique #” space. You must use a No. 2 pencil for this exam. Turn in this exam as you leave. Only the Scantron sheet will be graded, not this sheet. Each question is worth two points. 1. Research that has compared the use of visual and auditory models when the skill to be learned involved moving at a criterion speed has shown that the A. visual model was not effective, but the auditory model was. B. visual model and the auditory model were similarly effective. C. auditory model was not effective, but the visual model was. D. auditory model and the visual model were not as effective as the combined visual and auditory model. 2. A beginner can benefit from observing another beginner practice a skill especially when the observer can 3. The view that modeling benefits skill learning because the model helps the learner develop an accessible representation in memory that will serve as a guide for performing the skill is known as the 4. Which of the following describes the results of research that has investigated the use of verbal instructions that direct attention to specific movement components of a skill? The instructions 5. Verbal cues said out loud while a person is learning or performing a skill can help A. only beginners learn a new skill. B. only skilled performers perform well-learned skills. C. both beginners and skilled performers. D. neither beginners nor skilled performers.
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KIN 315 SPRING 2009 2 6. Verbal instructions that direct the performer’s attention to the intended movement outcomes will lead to better learning and performance than instructions that direct attention to the movements used to perform the skill. A. True B. False
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