Exam 2 Key-2 - KIN 315 Spring 2008 Motor Learning PART I MULTIPLE CHOICE and TRUE\/FALSE 1 Second Exam Key In addition to serving as a temporary storage

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KIN 315 Spring 2008 Motor Learning Second Exam Key PART I: MULTIPLE CHOICE and TRUE/FALSE 1. In addition to serving as a temporary storage system, working memory also serves as a D. temporary workspace. 2. If you are asked to demonstrate how you tie your shoes, you base your demonstration on knowledge that is stored in long-term memory in the C. procedural memory system. 3. In a memory experiment, when information not to be recalled is presented after information to be recalled, the experiment is designed to test the effect of C. retroactive interference. 4. The most commonly accepted reason serial discrete motor skills seem to be forgotten more quickly than continuous motor skills is that serial discrete motor skills are D. largely verbal. 5. When the context characteristics of the presentation and recall conditions in a memory test are considered, memory performance will A. be better the more similar the two contexts. 6. The advantage of fast and accurate visual search while performing a motor skill is that visual search enables the performer to D. anticipate the action required. 7. Which of the following effects best describe the results of research concerning the effectiveness of general visual training programs for athletes? These programs B. provide little benefit in terms of performance improvement. 8. Studies comparing experts and novices in motor skill performance show that C. experts focus only on certain aspects of the visual cues 9. The study of attention as it relates to the learning and performance of motor skills involves issues related to the simultaneous performance of multiple activities and the selection of relevant information in the performance environment. A. True 10. Attention focused on one’s own movements typically leads to better skill performance than attention focused on the intended outcome of the skill.
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