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What is difficulty continuum?
Simple and Complex
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What is environmental influence continuum?
Open and Closed
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What is the pacing continuum?
Self and External
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What is the muscular involvement continuum?
Gross and Fine
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What is the continuity continuum?
Discrete, Serial and Continuous
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What is the organisation continuum?
High and Low
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What are the 4 types of practise?
Part, Whole, Part Progressive and Whole-Part-Whole
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What are the 4 methods of practise?
Massed, Distributed, Variable and Varied
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What are the 5 types of transfer?
Positive, Negative, Proactive, Retroactive and Bilateral
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How is operant conditioning learnt?
Through consequences
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What is Thorndike's three laws?
Law of Exercise, Effect and Readiness
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What is the cognitive theory of learning?
Taking environment into account and working accordingly
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What is the social learning theory?
Learning through watching/imitating what others do
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What is the observational learning theory?
Attention, retention, Motor Reproduction and Motivation
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What are the three stages of learning?
Cognitive, Associative and Autonomous
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What are the 4 types of guidance?
Verbal, Visual, Manual and Mechanical
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What are the 6 types of feedback?
Intrinsic, Extrinsic, Positive, Negative, Knowledge of result and Knowledge of performance
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