magill8e_testbank_ch15 - Test Bank to accompany the 8th edition of Motor Learning and Control Concepts and Applications by Richard A Magill CHAPTER 15

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Test Bank to accompany the 8 th edition of Motor Learning and Control: Concepts and Applications by Richard A. Magill CHAPTER 15 Augmented Feedback Multiple Choice 1.When augmented feedback tells the performer which movement characteristics produced the movement outcome, the type of augmented feedback is known as A.sensory feedback.B.augmented sensory feedback.C.knowledge of results.D.knowledge of performance.Answer: D 2.If you are told “your score was 16 on that attempt,” the type of augmented feedback you received is known as C 3.When augmented feedback serves to encourage a person to continue striving to achieve a performance goal, augmented feedback functions as B 4.The experiment by Wallace and Hagler in which verbal encouragement given to people learning a skill led to a certain amount of performance improvement but verbal KP led to a greater amount of improvement, the KP in this situation
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B 5.Comparisons of augmented feedback which are based on performance errors and correct performance have usually shown that A.error-based feedback is better for facilitating motor skill learning.B.correct performance feedback is better for facilitating motor skill learning.C.error-based feedback is better early in practice, but correct performance feedback is better later in practice.D.correct performance feedback is better early in practice, but error-based feedback is better later in practice.Answer: A
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