- Created by: NinaHoward
- Created on: 19-11-19 16:28
1. Initial Conditions -
- Taking in information from the environment
- What can I see?/Where is my opponent?
2. Response Specification -
- Select appropriate motor programme from long-term memory
- What do I need to do?
3. Sensory Consequences -
- intrinsic feedback, kinaesthetic feel and knowledge of results
- How did that feel?
4. Response Outcome -
- Knowledge of results
- Motor programme is adapted if successful
- Motor programme is adjusted if unsuccessful
- Was it successful?
Uses of Schema
Overlearn the fundamentals - builds a good general motor programme
Varied practice - change the intial conditions to develop schema
Feedback - should be frequent, positive and highlight when to use
Realistic - should transfer to performance
The Schema Theory
"Using memory to update, adapt and modify the motor programmes."
The Schema theory is taking a generalised motor programme and adpating it to produce a novel response.