In experiments in which participants are asked during practice trials to

In experiments in which participants are asked during

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Answer: B11.The hypothesis that explains the contextual interference effect based on the argument that between-trial interference causes us to forget critical information encoded on the previous trial is called theAnswer: D12.Which of the following situations does not support the specificity of practice hypothesis?Short Answer13.An example of a type of practice that fits well with the view that errors can benefit learning is commonly referred to as ________.Answer: discovery learning [Also acceptable: problem-solving]14.According to Gentile’s learning model, if an open skill is being practiced, it is essential to vary the ________ conditions related to the skill.
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Answer: regulatory15.The practice schedule that involves the highest amount of contextual interference isthe ________ practice schedule.Answer: random16.The practice schedule that involves the lowest amount of contextual interference is the ________ practice schedule.Answer: blocked17.In the contextual interference experiment by Lee and Magill, the practice schedule that yielded the same results as the random schedule was the ________ practice schedule.Answer: serial18.Beginning badminton players learned the long, short, and drive serves best when they followed a ________ schedule to practice the serves.
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