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Oct 22, 2019

Revisiting the theory of differential learning. How does it differ from contextual interference? How much structure should we use when varying conditions in practice? What is stochastic resonance?

 

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On the optimal degree of fluctuations in practice for motor learning

Invited commentary: Differential learning...


Oct 15, 2019

Are there benefits to doing interleaved practice with partner? Is it better if you work on the same or different skills?

 

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Manipulations to practice organization of golf putting skills through interleaved matched or mismatched practice with a partner

 

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Oct 8, 2019

Why can even relatively short breaks (like a rain delay or waiting for an opponent to take their turn) hurt performance? Why do athletes sometimes seem to completely misperceive the position of their body or how they are moving? A look at the process of calibration as linking frames of reference.

 

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Oct 1, 2019

Is there one optimal movement solution for any given task? If not, can we identify the optimal movement pattern for each individual? How can knowledge of performance feedback be used to achieve optimality?

 

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Kinematic information feedback and task constraints

In search of sports biomechanics’ holy grail:...


Sep 24, 2019

A look at motor learning as a search within perceptual-motor workspace in the Search Strategies Approach theory. How do performers find stable regions in this workspace, and how does their search depend on their intrinsic dynamics and how they are coached.

 

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Search Strategies in the Perceptual-Motor Workspace...