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a. Visual model was not effective, but the auditory model was. b. There are skills for which visual demonstration is less effective for learning than other forms. c. Ex. Skill which goal is to move in a certain criterion movement time or rhythm d. Auditory demonstration seems to work best. 1. Research that has compared the use of visual and auditory models when the skill to be learned involved moving at a criterion speed has shown that the a. Hear the augmented feedback given to the other beginner. b. Discourages imitation of skilled model's performance, encourages more active problem solving. c. Switch roles after a number of trials. d. Effective Provide a checklist 2. A beginner can benefit from observing another beginner practice a skill especially when the observer can a. Cognitive Mediation Theory i. Cognitive Mediation Theory ii. Dynamic View of Modeling. b. Answers Question Why does observing Demonstrations benefit motor skill learning? c. When observes a model, he translates observed movement into a memory code that forms in stored representation in memory to be used when observer performs the skill. d. Memory Representation guide for performing skill and standard error detection and correction. i. Attention Process ii. Retention Process iii. Behavior Reproduction Process iv. Motivation Process e. Four Sub processes for observational learning. 3. The view that modeling benefits skill learning because the model helps the learner develop an accessible representation in memory that will serve as a guide for performing the skill is known as a. Hindered Learning a) Learner discovers how to move to achieve the goal 1) Discovery Learning- Focus on action goal. a) Move according to image, intended movement outcome of the skill. 2) Metaphoric Imagery i. Two ways for verbal instructions for movement outcomes b. More effective when focuses on intended outcomes rather than movement required by a skill. 4. What of the following describes the results of research that has investigated the use of verbal instructions that direct attention to specific movement components of a skill? The instructions a. Both Beginners and skilled performers. i. Directs attention to specific ii. Prompts Action. iii. Need to continue to use the cues. b. Purpose of Verbal Cues 5. Verbal Cues said out loud while a person is learning or performing a skill can help a. True b. Action Effect Hypothesis- Verbal instructions toward movement outcomes rather than movements themselves. 6. Verbal instructions that direct the performer's attention to the intended the movement outcomes will lead to better learning and performance than instructions that direct attention to the movements used to perform the skill. 7.
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2012 for the course KIN 315 taught by Professor Abraham during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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Exam MP notes - Exam Friday 10:31 AM 1 Research that has...

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