Feedback effects on learning a novel bimanual coordination pattern: support for the guidance hypothesis.

  title={Feedback effects on learning a novel bimanual coordination pattern: support for the guidance hypothesis.},
  author={Dana Maslovat and Kirstin M Brunke and R. Chua and Ian M. Franks},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  volume={41 1},
The authors tested specificity and the guidance hypothesis by examining the effects of continuous or discrete concurrent feedback during acquisition, retention, and transfer of a 90 degrees phase offset bimanual coordination pattern. The authors tested both groups immediately following acquisition, 1 week later under retention conditions (i.e., identical feedback as acquisition) and under transfer conditions with a change in feedback (i.e., discrete to continuous or vice versa) and with no… CONTINUE READING
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