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Motor Learning 1

feedback/practice schedules

Constant Feedback Feedback given after every practice trial
Summed Feedback Feedback given after a set number of trials; ie every other or every third
Faded feedback Feedback given at first after every trial and then less frequently
Bandwidth feedback Feedback given only when performance is outside a given error range; but not if it falls within a predetermined range
Delayed feedback Feedback is given after a brief time delay; ie 3 seconds
Massed Practice A sequence of practice and rest times where the rest time is much less than the practice time
Distributed Practice A sequence of practice and rest periods where the practice time is equal to or less than the rest time
Blocked Practice A practice sequence that is organized around one task performed repeatedly, uninterrupted by practice on any other task; low contextual interference
Serial Practice A predictable and repeating order of practice of multiple tasks
Random Practice A practice sequence where the tasks being practices are order randomly across trials; high contextual interference
Parts-to-Whole Practice A practice sequence in which the task is broken down into its component parts for separate practice; then practiced as the integrated whole task
Mental Practice A practice method where performance of the motor task is imagined or visualized without overt physical practice
Created by: Dr.Grandolph
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