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Neuroanatomy II

Practice Conditions

The amount of practice is greater than the amount of rest between each practice bout in which practice type? Massed
The amount of rest between trials equals or is greater than each practice bout in which practice type? Distributed
Which practice type involves minimal variation in practice sessions? Constant
Which practice type involves variation in practice sessions; allows for ability to generalize learning in novel situations and increase adaptation ability? Variable
Which practice type involves practicing a series of skills or parts of a task in random order? Random
Which practice type involves practicing one skill or part of a task for several trials before another skill or part of the task? Blocked
Which practice type involves practicing the entire task at once? Whole
Which practice type involves practicing one component of a task at one time? Part
Which practice type involves providing external cues to guide client through task or skill? Guidance
Which practice type involves trial and error learning? Discovery
What practice type is good for skill acquisition? Blocked
What is random practice good for? Transfering of a skill
What practice type allows for skill generalizability and adaptation? Variable practice
Which type of practice leads to fatigue, and would not be good for performing continuous tasks? Massed
Created by: txst spr 2009



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