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Types of Feedback

What is internal feedback? This is internal information gained from proprioreceptor and kinastesis, often known as having a feel for the movement.
What is external feedback? Outside vision and learning such as coaches and teammates, linked to knowledge of result.
What is positive feedback? When good feedback about a successful movement is received such as watching a successful football free kick.
What is negative feedback? Internal or external feedback about a failure or poor attempt at a skill.
Terminal feedback? Feedback received after task completion, also can be delayed.
Concurrent feedback? During performance, normally internal from receptors but can be external from a coach.
Knowledge of results? Seeing a result visually of your performance usually external but performers can compare to their motor program of the perfect model.
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