In experiments in which erroneous KR was given to participants for skills that

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C.attended to both the task-intrinsic feedback and erroneous KR and performed according to a mid-point between them.D.became confused and performed rather erratically. 74.When augmented feedback tells the performer which movement characteristics produced the movement outcome, the type of augmented feedback is known as
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KIN 315Fall 20092 75.The terms modeling and observational learning often are used interchangeably with the term demonstration when they refer to the learning of motor skills. 76.Comparisons of augmented feedback which are based on performance errors and correct performance have usually shown that 77.Which of the following statements about descriptive and prescriptive verbal KP is correct? A.Descriptive verbal KP is preferable to prescriptive verbal KP early in practice.B.Prescriptive verbal KP is preferable to descriptive verbal KP early in practice.C.Either descriptive or prescriptive verbal KP is appropriate to use early in practice.D.Neither descriptive nor prescriptive verbal KP should be used early in practice. 78.Which of the following is an example of the use of concurrent augmented feedback? 79.If you see where your golf ball goes after you hit it, the visual feedback you receive is known as knowledge of results. 80.Augmented feedback that tells a beginner those aspects of the performance that were correct can serve a motivational role to encourage the person. 81. The “guidance hypothesis,” which relates to the frequency of KR, takes issue with what traditional viewpoint about the best frequency for KR?
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