Review Notes for Motor Dev

Review Notes for Motor Dev - size alone. Example : Ability...

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Motor Learning - Refers to the relatively permanent gains in motor skill  capability associated  with practice or experience. Example : Changing a tennis pro’s grip in order to hold her        racket. Motor Control - The study of the neural, physical, and behavioral aspects of  movement. Example                coordinated movement.       - Kicking a soccer ball when passed to you by another           player Physical Growth - An increase in size or body mass resulting from an  increase in  compete, already formed body parts. Example : Conception to early 20’s / Exercising and building muscle Maturation - Qualitive advance in biological makeup and may refer to cell, organ,  or  system advancement in biochemical composition rather than 
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Unformatted text preview: size alone. Example : Ability to reproduce Constraint- A characteristic of the individual environment, or task that encourages some movements while discouraging others. Individual Constraints- A person’s or organism’s unique physical and mental characteristics. Structural Constraints- Individual constraints related to the body’s structure. Functional Constraints- Individual constraints related to behavioral function. Environmental Constraints- Constraints related to the world around us. Task Constraints- Includes the goals of a particular movement or activity, the rule structure surrounding that movement or activity, and choices of equipment. Individual Constraints Structural Functional Task Constraints Environmental Constraints Newell’s Model of Constraints...
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2010 for the course MOTOR DEV. 210 taught by Professor Smail during the Winter '09 term at CofC.

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