Dennis Harry Holding
John Wiley & Sons Australia, Limited, 1989 - Psychology - 334 pages
A comprehensive survey of research and theory on human perceptual motor skills, this Second Edition reflects the current interest in cognitive aspects of processes underlying skilled behavior. Includes new material on discrete movements, skills learning, and cognitive skills.
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Skills Research Dennis H Holding
Sensorimotor Feedback Carolee J Winstein
Motor Programs Jeffery J Summers
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ability accuracy acquisition action activity allograph amplitude argued auditory automatic blind central changes chapter cognitive cognitive psychology complex component correct demands discrete movements discussed display dual-task effects error evidence example experimental feedback Figure Fitts frequency function gamma motoneuron Glencross human performance Human Skills increased information-processing initial input kinesthesis knowledge of results limb mechanisms memory motor control motor learning motor program motor skills msec muscle muscle spindle no-KR nodes observational learning occur operator optical flow optimal output pattern perceptual phase position practice precision predict problem processing produce proprioceptive prosthesis Psychology Rabbitt reaction recent receptors relatively response saccadic schema Schmidt secondary task sensory sensory receptors sequence SETOFs short-term memory signal similar skill learning skilled performance spatial specific speech speed stimulus stretch reflex studies subjects suggest target theory time-sharing tracking task transfer trials variable visual information Wickens