magill8e_testbank_ch16 - 0Test Bank to accompany the 8th edition of Motor Learning and Control Concepts and Applications by Richard A Magill CHAPTER 16

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0Test Bankto accompany the 8thedition ofMotor Learning and Control: Concepts and Applicationsby Richard A. MagillCHAPTER 16Practice Variability and SpecificityMultiple Choice1.Research has shown that when a person experiences a practice condition in which the likelihood of making errors early in practice is high, transfer performance isA.worse than that of a practice condition that kept errors to a minimum.B.better than that of a practice condition that kept errors to a minimum.C.not different from that of a practice condition that kept errors to a minimum.D.like starting to practice the skill all over again.Answer: B2.Regulatory conditions in a motor skill performance situation includeA.speed of a tennis ball during a rally.B.score of a baseball game.C.number of spectators at a game.D.color of a pen that you need to pick up.Answer: A3.According to Gentile, developing variable practice experiences for closed skills should focus on varyingAnswer: C4.For open skills, regulatory conditions
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