Insights about practice from the perspective of motor learning : a review

@inproceedings{Wulf2008InsightsAP,
  title={Insights about practice from the perspective of motor learning : a review},
  author={Gabriele Wulf and Adina Mornell},
  year={2008}
}
K E Y W O R D S : Feedback, contextual interference, observation, attention, self-control, music education While the learning of motor skills, including sport skills, has been examined in the laboratory, and countless empirical studies have been conducted to examine how factors such as feedback or the performer’s attentional focus affect learning, musicians have chosen to look the other way. Instrumentalists and vocalists do not deny that virtuosic playing is a complex motor skill, but they… CONTINUE READING

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