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A golf swing is an example of this type of skill.
What is a discrete skill?

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Something that must be learned by the performer and already has a pre-determined goal.
What is a skill?

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This type of memory has a maximum capacity. Generally limited to ~10 seconds.
What is short term memory?

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Humans use ______ _______ when taking in information from the outside world.
What is sense organs?

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What is the difference between skill and ability?
What is learned vs given?

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This type of teaching/coaching style gives the most "power" to the teacher/coach.
What is authoritarian/Type A?

200

Response time minus reaction time = ?
What is movement time?

200

You can link distinct motor programs together to form....
What is an executive motor function/program?

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Correct or successful "muscle memory" is also know as.....
What is perceptual trace?

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Besides physical practice, what else can you do in order to better prepare yourself for a consistent, higher level performance in an open athletic event?
What is mental prep?

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This practice type is typically for the higher level athlete that practices a continuous motion repeatedly.
What is a massed practice?

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This type of learning curve slows as the learner progresses.
What is negatively accelerated?

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What are the 3 phases of learning?
What is Cognitive, associative, autonomous?

300

Causing over-confidence in an athlete is an overuse of what?
What is positive feedback?

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What type of teaching method would be best to accommodate a large group of learners but has the potential to turn them into "mini me's?"
What is authoritarian/Type A?

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This practice type is generally reserved for low level learners or younger athletes that get bored or fatigued easily.
What is distributed practice?

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Motor control that requires large muscle groups is known as?
What is gross motor control?

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Describe the qualifications of a performance.
What is a one time occurrence that is only repeatable with much practice?

400

What is a benefit from learners learning in a Type K environment?
What is better improvisation & long term retention.

500

A movement completed that has no chance to be altered once started is known as?
What is open loop control/movement?

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As you learn a skill, you progress quickly at first but your rate of learning eventually levels off. After a period of time your rate of learning picks up again. This is known as....
What is a plateau?

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The ability to respond rapidly to a stimulus when it appears.
What is reaction time?

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The inner ear, proprioceptors and golgi tendon organs are all examples of what?
What are interoceptors?

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The learning of movement skills is divided into phases. Identify the three phases of learning movement skills. Describe each phase.
What is Cognitive – early phase, beginners, teach primarily through demonstrating and visual learning, learn by trial and error, large emphasis on feedback. Associative – intermediate phase, practice and get feel of the skill. Autonomous – final phase, highly skilled, perform automatically.