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4. Describe a performer characteristic that does not change across the stages of learning. Describe an example.Sensory feedbacknever changes across learning, practice with that feedback develops a dependence for the feedback. It develops in the initial stages and as it is used more it becomes integrated in the process. As a novice, expert or anything when you touch a ball, you touch a ball if you get better at baseball you’re still touching a ball that sensory feedback isn’t getting better or worse.5. Describe what an expert is and how a person can become an expert motor skill performer.
(1) Lots of practice(2) Vision used to their advantage.(3) Cognitive – having the knowledge they know what to associate what with etc. (4) They aren’t autonomous. Instead they have increased control and memory. Chapter 13: Transfer Learning1. Define the term transfer of learning. Describe and give an example of the three types of transfer of learning that can occur based on the type of influence of previous experiences.