Contextual interference in movements of the same class: differential effects on program and parameter learning.

@article{Wulf1993ContextualII,
  title={Contextual interference in movements of the same class: differential effects on program and parameter learning.},
  author={Gabriele Wulf and T. D. Lee},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  year={1993},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={254-63}
}
Contextual interference effects in motor learning usually were not found when the tasks to be learned presumably required the same generalized motor program (GMP) and differed only with regard to the movement parameters (see Lee, Wulf, & Schmidt, 1992; Magill & Hall, 1990). Thus, tasks requiring different motor programs (e.g., different relative timings) seemed to be a prerequisite for random practice to be more effective than blocked practice. However, the previous studies (that did not find… CONTINUE READING

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