PED 1323 Motor Control & Motor Learning

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material discussed in class, and not included in the lecture notes and/or this study guide may be included on the tests. Test #1: Motor Learning Unit 1: Skill Classification Classification systems for motor skills 4 category system for related motor skills Unit 2: Whole & Part Learning Three whole part instruction techniques discussed. Unit 3: Stages of Learning Fitts & Posner 3 stage model Unit 4: Attention and learning Kahneman’s model of selective attention Three enduring disposition rules Changes in attention demands with increased skill levels Unit 5: Augmented Feedback KR, KP, Augmented sensory feedback What information to give when giving augmented feedback? Test #2: Motor Control, units 1, 2, 3 Motor Control Section 1: The Stretch Shortening Cycle Unit 1: Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy and physiology of the afferent and efferent neurons discussed. Generation of action potentials, Summation and Sensory signal generation. Motor Control Section 1: The Stretch Shortening Cycle Unit 2: Sensory Receptors Muscle spindle anatomy and physiology Muscle spindle activation by movement Effect of different speeds of muscle stretch Motor Control Section 1: The Stretch Shortening Cycle Unit 3: Stretch Reflexes The strech reflex Why do some people have faster reflexes than others? Integration of reflex and decending voluntary activation of alpha-motor neurons. Examples of the operation of the stretch reflex within typical movements humans make.
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KIN 410 Study Guide Test #3 (final exam period): Motor Control, units 4, 5, 6 (Unit 7 only if time permits it to be covered in class lecture, and if covered, only the sections covered in lecture will be tested). Motor Control Section 2: Muscles fibers types and their use Unit 4: Motor Units Motor pools Motor units o Innervation ratios (across and within muscles) o Classification schemes, and their terminologies o Muscle fiber properties within motor unit types Power calculation from force and velocity characteristics of muscle fibers and for multi-joint movements. Proportion of types of muscle fibers found within mammalian muscles Differences between people in the proportion of types of muscle fibers found within muscles Effect of endurance exercise on human muscle fibers and fiber type proportions Effect of resistance exercise on human muscle fibers and fiber type proportions Effect of resistance exercise on number of muscle fibers in humans Relative role of genetics versus training on human muscle fibers and fiber type proportions Effect of concurrent endurance and resistance exercise on human muscle fibers and fiber type proportions Effect of non-exercise stimuli on human muscle fiber type proportions Motor Control Section 2: Muscles fibers types and their use Unit 5: Motor Unit Recruitment Size principle of motor neuron recruitment Summation of motor unit force
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