The surroundings or environment that the performer is in. For a netball player it will include the ball, teammates, opponents, spectators and coaches. This is noticed by the performer and will stimulate te sensory systems.
Our senses of vision, hearing and proprioception detect information which is happening around us which then stimulates their sensory receptors.
Firstly we have to decide if a stimulus has occured and this is done by our sesnory systems recieving information. Patterns of movement are also detected and interpreted, for example the direction and speed in which the ball is travelling.
This stage acts on the information recieved and is concerned with deciding which movement to make.
This stage recieves the decision about which movement to make and is responsible for organising our motor system to carry out the appropriate movement.
The proces which invoves the interpretation of information. This is the process by which we make sense
The part of the brain which makes decisions and sorts out and processes the few relevant bits of information
from the many inputs from the surroundings. This correct action will be in the form of a motor programme.
the motor programme is put into action by sending impulses via the nervous system to the appropriate muscles so that they can carry out the appropriate actions.
Feedack from internal proprioceptors about the feel of movement, kinaesthesis is also involved. For example the feel of how you hit the ball.
Feedback from external sources such as the teacher/coach. This is important at the cognitive stage.