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Examples knowledge of performance kp is information

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Unformatted text preview: lation to the task goal. Examples? Knowledge of Performance (KP) is information about the characteristics of the movement performed, usually in relation to a task goal. Examples? Augmented Feedback What is the role of KR and KP? •  To facilitate achievement of task goals getting the idea of how to get a task done •  To motivate the learner (self efficacy also) -this makes people want to achieve. Are they always effective? •  Effectiveness varies with how they are used when you are kighly skilled you yourself know when you fucked up motivation ins more this is important!!!!!!! important •  Less effective if task-intrinsic feedback is already robust •  Can hinder skill learning if: •  presented concurrently with performance •  presented after each practice trial •  there is a conflict between augmented and task-intrinsic feedback -important--- conflicting feedback can hinder learning. 2 7/4/12 Augmented Feedback What message should the feedback convey? motivation internal model Error detection Positive reinforcement More effective for learning Motivates the learner Actively engages the learner in the cognitive processes of error detection/correction? swimming is mostly aobut KP KP versus KR KP - is often learned.. Which is most often used? Task dependency Is there a clear task outcome? Is technique important to task outcomes? Is intrinsic KR present? Beware of reports suggesting KR is better than KP in aiding skill learning …. depends on task characteristics, and the learner s char...
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