Augmented Kinematic Feedback for Motor Learning.

  title={Augmented Kinematic Feedback for Motor Learning.},
  author={Douglas E. Young and Richard A. Schmidt},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  volume={24 3},
Although the study of feedback about goal achievement (knowledge of results, KR) has been important for the development principles of augmented information feedback in simple skills, there is reason to question the generalizability of these findings to many common learning situations. A more appropriate type of information for skill learning appears to be augmented kinematic (or kinetic) feedback regarding the movement pattern. The experiments presented here extend recent findings about KR to a… CONTINUE READING

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