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13 terms

Motor Learning and Development: Chapter 13 (Prepractice Considerations)

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goal setting
a self-regulatory skill that allows individuals to monitor progress toward a self-determined goal
outcome goals
emphasize the results of performance, often in comparison to others; may provide direction to the person, but outcomes are often beyond their control; someone else might win because of outstanding but unexpected performance
performance goals
focus on improvement relative to one's own performance
process goals
specifically emphasize particular aspects of skill execution
learning model
a novice who practices the skill and receives feedback from an instructor or coach
explicit learning
conscious awareness of learning a task
implicit learning
learning without consciousness
verbal cues
brief and concise phrases that direct attention to regulatory conditions in the environment, prompt key skill components, or initiate activity; commonly used by coaches, instructors, and therapists
visual searching
the act of directing attention toward important cues in the environment; an aspect of attention that involves detecting environmental cues necessary for performance
broad attention
using a wide focus when visually searching for environmental cues critical to performance
narrow attention
use of a limited focus during visually searching for environmental cues critical to performance
external attention
focus on the intended effects of movements
internal attention
focus on one's own movements