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An adaptive process model of motor learning: insights for the teaching of motor skills.
This article presents an outline of a non-equilibrium model, in which motor learning is explained as a continuous process of stabilization and adaptation. The article also shows how propositionsExpand
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Aprendizagem motora como um problema mal-definido
A solucao de problemas na aprendizagem motora apresenta as seguintes caracteristicas: nao possuem uma solucao a priori, ha varias solucoes para o mesmo problema e as mudancas nas solucoes saoExpand
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Effects of Learning and Movement Frequency on Polyrhythmic Tapping Performance
This study examined the effect of learning a complex bimanual coordination task at different movement frequencies. 30 subjects performed 5:3 polyrhythmic tapping at either high, medium, or lowExpand
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Contingent Muscular Tension during a Choice Reaction Task
This study examined the effects of contingent muscular tension on a choice reaction task, and especially, the effects various amounts of muscular tension have on the information processing of choiceExpand
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Pattern Formation in Polyrhythmic Tapping at a Self-Paced Tempo
The present study examined the pattern formation in complex bimanual coordination at a self-paced tempo. 10 subjects performed two motor tasks in a self-paced situation, a single-rhythmic tappingExpand
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Learning strategies adopted in 5 : 3 polyrhythmic tapping
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Motor learning as an ill-posed problem
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Power Spectral Analysis in the Hierarchy (SHU-HA-RI) of 'MA'
‘Ma' originally means 'pause' in Japanese. We have regarded the hierarchy of ・Ma ・as essen. tially significant in Japanese traditional arts. The present study was designed to examine the hierarchyExpand
Order of a ‘Uniform Random’ Presentation on Contextual Interference in a Serial Tracking Task
The purpose of the present study was to examine the effect of order of a ‘uniform random‘ presentation on contextual interference in a serial tracking task. Subjects (N = 48) were randomly assignedExpand
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