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Types of feedback available for performers

What is Reinforcement process by which a bond between a stimulus and response is eastablished and developed.
What is Positive reinforcement a process by which the performer associates correct response to a stimulus, strengthens SR bond.
3 Types of reinforcement positive, negative, punishment
Intrinsic definition Feedback via kinaethesis given from performer to themselves based on knowledge of correct skill execution
Extrinsic definition Feedback from another performer or coach in order to help positively construct on the weaknesses
What does cognitive mean process of thinking and understanding
Define negative reinforcement process where an unpleasant stimulus is withdrawn when correct response is shown
One negative of physco-motor skill learning Performer does not necessarily need to understand why they should do something
Created by: 2014rory