Overlearning strategy benefits the learning of all types of motor skills a

Overlearning strategy benefits the learning of all

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103.Overlearning strategy benefits the learning of all types of motor skills 104.If a skill should not be physically separated for part practice, an alternative means of achieving the benefits of part practice is to 105.TO learn 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 practice 106.Before you determine whether to use a whole or part strategy, it is important first task analysis to assess the complexity and organization characteristics of the skill. Test 3 Page 11
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a. True a. The first stages of learning. 107. The cognitive explanation for mental practice effect is consistent with the role cognitive activity plays in Test 3 Page 12
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  • Spring '08
  • Abraham
  • Skill, Motor control, KR

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