Layered stimulus response training improves motor imagery ability and movement execution.

@article{Williams2013LayeredSR,
  title={Layered stimulus response training improves motor imagery ability and movement execution.},
  author={Sarah E Williams and Sam J Cooley and Jennifer Cumming},
  journal={Journal of sport & exercise psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={60-71}
}
This study aimed to test Lang's bioinformational theory by comparing the effects of layered stimulus and response training (LSRT) with imagery practice on improvements in imagery ability and performance of a motor skill (golf putting) in 24 novices (age, M = 20.13 years; SD = 1.65; 12 female) low in imagery ability. Participants were randomly assigned to a LSRT (introducing stimulus and response propositions to an image in a layered approach), motor imagery (MI) practice, or visual imagery (VI… CONTINUE READING
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