Contextual interference and augmented feedback: is there an additive effect for motor learning?

@article{Wu2011ContextualIA,
  title={Contextual interference and augmented feedback: is there an additive effect for motor learning?},
  author={Will F W Wu and Doug E Young and Steven L. Schandler and Gily Meir and Rachel L M Judy and Jonae Perez and Michael J. Cohen},
  journal={Human movement science},
  year={2011},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={
          1092-101
        }
}
Learning to perform a skilled behavior is affected by the context of the practice session and the frequency of augmented feedback. We studied the combined effect of these variables in the acquisition of a ballistic, bi-directional lever movement pattern involving four different target locations as measured by performance in practice, retention, and transfer tests. Augmented feedback was presented in either an every-trial or a faded schedule during random and blocked practice. Consistent with… CONTINUE READING
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