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Serveday random mix goode magill 1986 badminton serves

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Unformatted text preview: er practice performance blocked practice ===btter performeer Random practice results in better learning (1 serve/day) (random mix) Goode & Magill (1986) Badminton serves (short, long, drive) make sure you note the info on the y axis before answering a question on a test!!!!!!--- accuracy score we want to increase. but error we want to decrease for example. KNOW THIS GRAPH!!!!!! any graoh that goes up means it important!!!!!! 5 7/4/12 Contextual interference effect (Battig, 1979) •  Contextual interference (CI) = interference in performance (i.e., not learning) resulting from variations in practice context Low CI Blocked Practice High CI Serial Practice Better Practice Performance Random Practice Worse Practice Performance Contextual interference effect (Battig, 1979) •  The contextual interference effect is when learning (not practice performance) benefits from high contextual interference •  Increased retention and transfer Low CI Blocked Practice High CI Serial Practice Random Practice Less Learning Greater Learning Contextual interference effect •  Is the CI effect always present??? •  CI effect is most apparent in skills using different patterns of coordination know this shit!!!!!! •  Movements w/ different general motor program •  CI effect is least apparent in skills using scaling of the same movement pattern (i.e., increase mvmt. speed) •  Movements w/ same general motor program 6 7/4/12 Contextual interference effect •  Is the CI effect always present??? •  CI effect is most apparent in more skilled performers •  CI effect is least apparent in less skilled performers •  Blocked practice = random practice •  How does this relate to Gentile s two stage model of learning???? Theoretical explanations of the CI effect if uyou do the same plan over and over it loses it meaning. Elaboration Hypothesis (Shea & Morgan, 1979) Increased cognitive processing (strategies; compare and contrast)-- leads to enhanced memory representation Action Plan Reconstruction Hypothesis (Lee & Magill, 1985) Increased frequency of reconstructing an action plan during ra...
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