Psychology Revision

What are Discrete Skills?
Short period and exact beginning and end
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What is the definition of a closed Skill?
Occur in a stable, Stationary and predictable environment
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Describe Abilities
Abilities are stable enduring traits which are gentetically determined
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What is the first stage within the information processing model?
Stimulus Identification
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What is the response programming stage?
Where the individual organises the motor system to produce the desired movement
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What is Hicks Law?
Describes the relationship between choice reaction time and the number of stimulus-response alternatives
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Sensory information that comes primarily from sources in the muscles and joints and from bodily movement is called
Proprioception/Interoception
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What is a closed loop control used for?
A process to maintain the desired goal using feedback and a comparator
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What are 4 organismic constraints?
Muscle size, Cognitive Development,Emotional Development and Limb Length
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What answer is the comparison of individuals performance?
Outcome goals
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What Happens during the motor stage?
individuals focus on refining the skill
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Distributed Practice is....
Rest is relatively longer than amount of time practicing
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