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prcesses must occur; provides a better oppurtonity for the memory consolidation process to take place ●(A) How do massed and distributed intertrial interval schedules differentially influence the learning of discrete and continuous motor skills? (B) Why do you think there is a difference in how massed and distributed intertrial interval schedules influence the learning of discrete and continuous skills?Continous-- distributed schedules lead to better learningDiscrete-- massed practiced schedules result in better learning When the length and frequency of Practice Sessions is the practice distribution concern -- than distributed practice results in better learning regardless of skillWhen the length of the intertrial interval for a series of practice trial is the concern-- the type of skill being learned should be considered●Describe how you would implement your knowledge about massed and distributed practice in oneof the following situations: a physical education or dance class; a practice session for a sport; a physical or occupational therapy session.Chapter 18●(A) Define the term “organization” as it relates to the relationship among the parts (or components) of a complex motor skill. (B) Give an example of parts of a skill that demonstrate a high degree of organization. Indicate why you consider these parts to be highly organized.(A) spatial-temporal relationship among the component parts of a skill (B) Jump shot: the height and direction of the jump are related to the release of the ball ●(A) How can you decide whether people would learn a skill best if they practiced it as a whole or in parts? (B) Give a motor skill example to show how to apply these rules.(A) you can decide by assessing the complexity and the organization of skill and the relationship between the two. To analyze the skill, one must identify the skill’s component parts and the how interdependent the spatial-temporal performance characteristics are on one another.If a skill is low in complexity and high in organization, whole practice is better because people will learn relatively simple skills where they are few components that are highly related practiced altogether. For skills that are high in complexity and low in organization are better learned in part method.(B)Anexample could be analyzing whether to practice juggling as a whole or in parts
The Complexity Characteristics are: hold 3 balls in hand, toss ball 1 from hand 1, catch ball 1 in hand 2 while tossing bad 2 with hand 2, catch ball 2 in hand 1 while tossing ball 2 with hand 2, batch ball 2 in hand 1 while tossing ball 1 with hand 2, repeat steps 2 and 5, between component timing -critical for performanceOrganization characteristics doing any one part without doing that part that precedes or follows it does not allow the learner to experience critical between component timing aspectsConclusions- three ball juggling involves several component parts that are highly interdependent.