A theory of attention capacity that argues against a central capacity limit is

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11.A theory of attention capacity that argues against a central capacity limit is the
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KIN 315 Fall 2009 2 12.The research procedure most commonly used to investigate attention-limit issues for motor skill learning and performance is known as the 13.The process involved when people direct attention to specific regulatory features in the environment and/or to action preparation activities is known as attention 14.The term used to describe performing a skill or component of a skill without attention capacity being required is 15.The process of directing visual attention to locate relevant environmental context cues is known as 16. The encoding specificity principle suggests thatgame-like practice should be used to prepare for best performance 17.Telling a beginning golf student that the backswing should stop when the club is pointing at a certain clockface hour is an example of attaching a meaningful verbal label to a movement that must be remembered. 18.When a person is asked to recall a movement they experienced, but had not been told to remember it, the memory test is assessing incidental memory. 19.Which term is used in the motor learning research literature when referring to an observed behavior? 20.Which of the following is an essential component of the definition of learning? 21.Which type of performance curve shows larger increases in performance during early practice trials than in later trials? 22.Which method of assessing learning is used when people are required to perform a skill one week after they completed practicing that skill? 23.If a person is required to perform a practiced skill in a new situation, which method of assessing learning is being used? 24.If you ask a person to perform a variation of a practiced skill, which method of assessing learning are you using?
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KIN 315 Fall 2009 3 25.If a fatigue condition depresses practice performance but not retention test performance, then fatigue would be called a 26.Suppose you did an experiment that compared the effect of two practice conditions (A & B) on learning a skill. The results showed that during practice, performance for condition B was better than for A. But, on the transfer test, A was better than B. What should you conclude about which practice condition is better for learning?
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