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10/20/10 1 Locomotor Development Cogni5on‐Ac5on Tradeoff revisited T raining Floor Condi5on: Easy Motor Stair Condi5on: Difficult motor Cogni5on‐Ac5on Tradeoff Limited aEen5onal resources Cogni5ve por5on of task Motor por5on of task
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10/20/10 2 Detour Ability Knowing how to get from A to B by alterna5ve routes when one or more routes are blocked An important component of skilled ac5on Detour Ability: Lockman 1984 Study Reaching Detour Opaque barrier Transparent barrier Locomotor Detour Opaque barrier Transparent barrier Detour Ability Reaching vs. Locomotor Transparent vs. opaque barriers
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10/20/10 3 Percep5on and Ac5on Perceptual Development Sensa5on The processing of basic informa5on from the external world by the sensory receptors in the sense organs (eyes, ears, skin, etc.) and brain. Percep5on The process of organizing and interpre5ng the sensory informa5on.
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10/20/10 4 Ac5on System Eyes not just percep5on, but an ac5on system as well!
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