16.Comparisons of augmented feedback which is based on performance errors or on correct performance have usually shown that A.error-based feedback is better for facilitating motor skill learning. B.correct performance feedback is better for facilitating motor skill learning. C.error-based feedback is better early in practice, but correct performance feedback is better later in practice. D.correct performance feedback is better early in practice, but error-based feedback is better later in practice. 17.When you give a person augmented feedback based on a “performance bandwidth,” you give feedback only when the person’s performance is 18.The two main categories of feedback important for motor skill learning are 19.
Quantitative KR leads to better motor skill learning than qualitative KR.
KIN 315 SPRING 2009 4 20.Concurrent augmented feedback always has negative effects on motor skill learning.A. True B. False 21.Regulatory conditions in a motor skill performance situation include 22.According to Gentile, developing variable practice experiences for closed skills should focus on varying 23.Two categories of augmented feedback are 24.Which of the following is not a form of knowledge of performance (KP)? A.Watching video recordings of oneself moving B.Watching one’s hand while it moves C.Receiving biofeedback during movement D.Reviewing computer-generated graphs of one’s movement kinematics. 25.
Research has shown that it is possible to learn some motor skills without receiving augmented
For open skills, regulatory conditions