Distributed schedules lead to better learning ii Continuous Skill a Discrete

Distributed schedules lead to better learning ii

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1)Distributed schedules lead to better learning ii.Continuous Skill 42.Which of the following skills are most likely benefit from massed practice? 43.IF the type of skill is taken into account, massed practice and distributed practice schedules benefit the learning of which type of skills? ii.Memory Consolidation 44.When massed practice has hindered the learning of continuous skills, the most probable cause is 45.Which of the following is the best definition of overlearning? 46.The results of the experiment by Dail and Christina in which novice golfers practiced putting showed that the massed practice group accurately predicted their retention test performance during the practice trials 47.According to the Naylor and Briggs hypothesis, whole practice of a motor skill is recommended for skills that are i.Complexity- number of parts or components, attention demands. 48.Which of the following best defines the term skill complexity with respect to part-whole learning?49.Which of the following defines the term skill organization with respect to part-whole learning?i.Need to determine 51. IF a part-practice strategy is recommended for practicing a skill, the parts of the skill that should be practiced separately from other parts are Test 3 Page 6
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1)Which are independent2)Which group together as interdependent 1)Grouping can be thought as a natural unit. ii.Result of this analysis will determine which could be practiced independently.
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