End-point focus manipulations to determine what information is used during observational learning.

@article{Hayes2007EndpointFM,
  title={End-point focus manipulations to determine what information is used during observational learning.},
  author={Spencer J. Hayes and Nicola J Hodges and Raoul Huys and A Mark Williams},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2007},
  volume={126 2},
  pages={120-37}
}
We required two groups of participants to observe an end-point model (ENDPT) while another two groups viewed a full-body, point-light model (FULL) to determine the role of relative motion information in acquisition of a multi-limb, whole-body action. One ENDPT and one FULL group also bowled a ball. Following retention, all groups observed the FULL model. The participants' movements were compared to the model and outcome attainment was quantified. There was no difference in shoulder-elbow… CONTINUE READING

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