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AS PE Perception

AQA AS PE Perception - Information Processing

What does DCR stand for? Detect Compare Recognise
What happens during the DCR process? Detect - registering of the stimulus by the sense organs Compare - referring the stimulus to the movement to compare it to previously stored stimuli Recognise - finding the corresponding stimuli in the memory
Where does proprioceptive information come from? Joints and muscles
What is selective attention? The proces of picking out and focusing on those parts of the display that are relevant to the performance, removing irrelevant information
Which stimuli are easier to attend to? Loud, bright, fast, contrasting, unusual or expected
How can a coach manipulate the practice environment to help a learner in a cognitive stage of learning improve the selective attention? Identify cues Reduce the number of stimuli by reducing number of players Use bright bib to identify key attacker or defender
How does selective attention vary between a novice and experienced performer? Novice - poor selective attention, often attend to incorrect stimuli, practices should be simplified Experince - good selective attention, ignores irrelevant stimuli, able to cope with more complex practices
Created by: Havoth