When augmented feedback tells the performer about movement characteristics

When augmented feedback tells the performer about

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7. When augmented feedback tells the performer about movement characteristics which produced the movement outcome, the type of augmented feedback is known as A. sensory feedback. B. augmented sensory feedback. C. knowledge of results. D. knowledge of performance. 8. If you are told “your score was 16 on that attempt,” the type of augmented feedback you received is known as 9. Verbal cues seem to work because they 10. Research has shown that beginners who observe other beginners practicing a skill will perform at a higher level when they begin to perform the skill than the beginners they observed. 11.To help beginning dancers learn the rhythmic structure of a dance routine, either auditory or visual demonstration will be similarly effective for learning. A.True B.False 12. When augmented feedback serves to encourage a person to continue striving to achieve a performance goal, the augmented feedback functions as
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KIN 315 SPRING 2009 3 13. To help a person learn to activate a specific muscle group to produce a desired movement, the type of biofeedback that has been shown to be effective is the 14. One activity shown to actually benefit skill learning when it occurs in the KR-delay interval is 15. If a person throws a series of 50 darts at a target that cannot be seen and is shown the results of each set of 10 throws at the end of every 10 throws, the augmented feedback technique is called the A. performance-bandwidth technique. B. averaged augmented feedback technique. C. summary augmented feedback technique. D. self-selected technique.
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