When increasing the amount of practice beyond a certain point leads to results

When increasing the amount of practice beyond a

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B.not the most critical variable for influencing skill learning.C.next in importance to variability for influencing skill learning.D.not a critical variable for influencing skill learning.91.When related to motor skills, the term task complexityrefers to the92.When related to motor skills, the term task organizationrefers to the
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KIN 315Fall 2009593.The term natural unit of parts of a skill describes a guideline for determining94.An important benefit of the progressive-part practice method is that it helps toA.keep practice boredom to a minimum.B.restrict attention demands on the individual during practice.C.increase cognitive awareness of the regulatory conditions.D.provide a means of distributing practice in a beneficial way.95.Research has shown that the overlearning strategy benefits the learning of all types of motor skills.96.If a skill should not be physically separated for part practice, an alternative means of achieving the benefits of part practice is to97.To learn an asymmetric bimanual skill in which one hand must perform a more difficult task than the other hand, the preferred practice approach for learning this skill is to practice98.Before you determine whether to use a whole or part strategy to practice a skill, it is important to first do a task analysis to assess the complexity and organization characteristics of the skill.A. TrueB. False99.When skilled athletes were surveyed about their use of mental imagery, which general type(s) of imagery did they tend to use most often?
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KIN 315Fall 20096100.The cognitive explanation for the mental practice effect is consistent with the role cognitive activity plays in
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