According to Jean Piaget, knowledge is acquired through the progression of four distinct stages.
Long-term and short-term goals should be set at the beginning of a program and should cover certain requirements, such as being measurable, specific, realistic, and behavioral.
Vision and Goal-Directed Movement
One of the classic controversies in motor control is the extent to which discrete goal-directed movements unfold as planned or are modified based on response-produced feedback or changing environmental demands.
Vision and Goal-Directed Movement eBook
Elliott and Khan contend that there are two types of visual regulation associated with goal-directed movement.
Fundamentals of Motor Behavior
Over the years, many different theories have been used to explain how people learn.
Fundamentals of Motor Behavior eBook
When we are compelled to act quickly, we can sometimes emphasize speed over accuracy and actually end up missing the goal of the task entirely.
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 the roles of motor error and hypervigilance in unintended acceleration accidents?
Biomechanics of Skeletal Muscles eBook
The �intrasarcomere� mechanisms, such as the actin�myosin interaction, are mentioned only in passing. It is assumed that the readers are familiar with these mechanisms from courses in muscle physiology.
Advanced Analysis of Motor Development eBook
If early developing motor differences exist, then assessment of these deficits may aid in identifying children at risk for ASD at a younger age than is currently possible.