Classification of abilities

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  • Created on: 25-05-14 14:58
Abilities are
innate / genetically determined
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The three characteristics of an ability are
innate, stable and enduring and support skills
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Gross motor ability and psychomotor ability are examples of
abilities
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Dynamic strength, static strength, explosive strength, stamina, extent flexibility, dynamic flexibility, gross body coordination and equilibrium and trunk strength are all examples of
gross motor abilities
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Aiming, rate control, manual dexterity, speed of movement, finger dexterity, reaction time, response orientation and multi limb coordination are all examples of
psychomotor abilities
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Psychomotor abilities usually involve
processing information
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A practical example of a psychomotor ability is
aiming in archery
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A practical example of a gross motor ability is
static strength in weightlifting
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The three characteristics of an ability are

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innate, stable and enduring and support skills

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Gross motor ability and psychomotor ability are examples of

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Dynamic strength, static strength, explosive strength, stamina, extent flexibility, dynamic flexibility, gross body coordination and equilibrium and trunk strength are all examples of

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Aiming, rate control, manual dexterity, speed of movement, finger dexterity, reaction time, response orientation and multi limb coordination are all examples of

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