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14. Concurrent augmented feedback alwayshas negative effects on motor skill learning15. Regulatory conditions in a motor skill performance situation may include16. According to gentile, developing variable practice experiences for closed skills with no intertribal variability should focus on varying17. Two categories of augmented feedback are18. Which of the following is nota form of knowledge of performance (KP)19. For openskills, regulatory conditions20. The guidelinefor implementing practice variability for the learning of openskillsis to vary both regulatory and nonregulatory conditions21. Which of the following is notinvolved in the practice specificity hypothesis?22. A limitationof the contextual interference effect is that it has been demonstrated in laboratory conditionsbut not in conditions outsidethe lab23. The hypothesisthat explains the contextual interferenceeffect based on the argument that between-trial interference causes us to forget critical information encoded on the pervious trial is called24. Varying practice conditions during motor skill acquisition usually results in which of the following?25. A limitationof the contextual interference effect is that it applies onlybeginnersand notto more skilledperformers.to 26. To help a person learn to activate a specific muscle group to produce a desired movement, one type of biofeedbackthat has been shown to be effective is the27. One activity shown to actually benefitskill learningwhen it occurs in the KR-delayinterval is28. If a person throws a series of 50dartsat a target that cannot be seen and it shown the results of each throw after every 10 throws, the augmented feedback technique is called the