Motor Learning Chpt 13 - Motor Learning Chpt 13 Transfer of...

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Motor Learning Chpt 13 Transfer of Learning The influence of having previously practiced or performed a skill or skills on the learning of a new skill; positive, negative, or neutral (no influence) Positive transfer is when previous experience enhances performance of a skill in a new context or the learning of a new skill Negative transfer is when previous experience hinders or interferes with performance of a skill in a new context or the learning of a new skill Why is it Important? Sequencing skills to be learned: ex. simple to complex; Gentile’s taxonomy Instructional methods: ex. swimmer – dry land first, then in water Assessing the effectiveness of practice conditions: transfer test performance usually provides the best assessment; over and underestimation “The effectiveness of any practice condition should be determined only on the basis of how the practiced skill is performed in a ‘test’ context.” Why Does Positive Transfer of Learning Occur? Hypotheses: 1) transfer of learning occurs because the components of the skills
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