According to Jean Piaget, knowledge is acquired through the progression of four distinct stages.
Perception, Cognition, and Decision Training
Of all the gaze within the scan path in golf, only one has emerged as an indicator of both higher levels of skill and accuracy.
Fundamentals of Motor Behavior eBook
It is sometimes helpful to isolate the role of individual senses to gain a better understanding of the extent to which they guide movement skills.
Motor Control and Learning-5th Edition
Learn more about various functions of feedback in movement control, such as how we can conceptualize these functions as acting before a movement, during a movement, and after a movement.
Motor Control and Learning 5th Edition eBook
One of the most frequently used and advocated off-task methods to promote learning is mental practice, in which the performance of a task is mentally rehearsed, but is this as effective as physical practice?
Motor Control in Everyday Actions eBook
What are generalized motor programs, and what do keystroke dynamics reveal about them?
Perceptual-Motor Activities for Children With Web Resource
Educators who want to help children develop to their full potential must educate the whole child by addressing physical, mental, and emotional needs. Many programs at elementary schools focus on academic and emotional development, but how many address children�s physical development?
Biomechanics of Skeletal Muscles eBook
When a fully activated muscle or a fiber is stretched with a moderate speed from one constant length to another, the force recorded on its end exceeds the maximum isometric force at the same muscle length.
Motor Learning and Performance 5th Edition With Web Study Guide
In many, if not most, real-world settings, the learner�s goal is to acquire more than a single skill or task in a limited practice period, sometimes even in a single practice period.
Life Span Motor Development 6th Edition With Web Study Guide
The growth process begins the instant an ovum (egg) and spermatozoon fuse in fertilization. Carried out under the control of genes, early development is astonishingly precise. Genes, then, determine the normal aspects of development and inherited abnormal development.