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Test Bankto accompany the 8thedition ofMotor Learning and Control: Concepts and Applicationsby Richard A. MagillCHAPTER 18Whole and Part PracticeMultiple Choice1.When related to motor skills, the term task complexityrefers to theA.difficulty of the task.B.spatial/temporal relationships among the parts of the task.C.amount of cognitive effort required by the task.D.number of components in the task.Answer: D2.When related to motor skills, the term task organizationrefers to theAnswer: B3.According to the Naylor and Briggs hypothesis, whole practice of a motor skill is recommended for skills that areAnswer: B4.If a part-practice strategy is recommended for practicing a skill, the parts of the skill that should be practiced separately from other parts are
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Motor control,Concepts and Applications,Richard A. Magill