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The learning, memory, and perception of perceptual-motor skills

Author: Robert B Wilberg
Publisher: Amsterdam : North-Holland, 1991.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert B Wilberg
ISBN: 0444889507 9780444889508
OCLC Number: 468801761
Notes: Notes bibliogr. Index.
Description: XI-350 p. ; 25 cm
Contents: Learning. The changing face of motor learning (J.A. Adams). Cognitive theories of skill acquisition (M.E.J. Masson). A review of the contextual interference effect in motor skill acquisition (R.A. Magill and K.G. Hall). Learning to organize the frequency components of a perceptual motor skill (M.L. Stanley and I.M. Franks). Optimizing summary knowledge of results for skill learning (R.A. Schmidt, C. Lange and D.E. Young). Influence of an unskilled model's practice schedule on observational motor learning (T.D. Lee and M.A. White). Effects of model's skill level and model's knowledge of results on the performance of a dart throwing task (P.L. Weir and J.L. Leavitt). Memory and Perception. Schmidt's schema theory: The empirical base of the variability of practice hypothesis. A critical analysis (J.H.A. van Rossum). The retention and free recall of multiple movements (R.B. Wilberg). Selective attention, event perception and the criterion of acceptability principle: Evidence supporting and rejecting the doctrine of prior entry (R.D. Frey). Intermittent visual pickup and goal directed movement: A review (D. Elliott). Author Index. Subject Index.
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