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What is response selection? choosing a motor programme.
what is a motor programme? a series of muscular contractions that produce a movement; stored in long-term memory.
What is a sub-routine? separate movements that make up a whole skill.
What is an example of a motor programme? a tennis serve.
examples of subroutines? a tennis serve: feet position, body position, racket swing, recovery.
Where can the "commands' be stored? the brain or spinal chord
What other stimuli can skilled performers seem to be able to attend to while performing motor programmes? peripheral stimuli
Are motor programmes received from the long term memory with a single decision? yes
what helps you develop new, more effective, more precise and longer-operating motor programmes? practise
you learn a motor programme as a response to a certain situation and then remember that programme and repeat it if the situation arises again. if this true or false? true
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