Which of the following describes a simplification strategy for helping people

Which of the following describes a simplification

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52. Which of the following describes a simplification strategy for helping people acquire a complex skill? A. Adding an auditory sound designating rhythmic beat or tempo for practicing gait control. B. Hitting a baseball off of a stationary tee for practicing hitting in baseball. C. Performing a dance routine at a slower tempo for practicing a complex dance routine. D. All of these. 53. 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.
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KIN 315 SPRING 2009 9 54. Research has shown that the segmentation part-practice strategy will facilitate the learning of a musical score on a piano. 55. In an experiment that compares a combination mental-physical practice condition to an all-mental practice condition, an all-physical practice condition, and a no practice condition, the typical results show that participants in the combination mental-physical practice condition would learn the skill 56. When skilled athletes were surveyed about their use of mental imagery, which general type(s) of imagery did they tend to use most often? A. Motivation B. Cognitive C. Both motivation and cognitive D. The type of imagery used was sport-specific. 57. If a person visually imagines himself or herself performing a skill from the perspective of an observer, the type of mental practice is referred to as 58. In an experiment, when an all-mental practice condition is compared to an all-physical practice condition and a no practice condition, the typical results show that participants in the all-mental practice condition learn the skill 59. The neuromuscular explanation for the effectiveness of mental practice has been supported by research showing
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