Observing the Observer: Self-Regulation in the Observational Learning of Motor Skills.

@inproceedings{Ferrari1996ObservingTO,
  title={Observing the Observer: Self-Regulation in the Observational Learning of Motor Skills.},
  author={Michel Ferrari},
  year={1996}
}
Abstract Motor skills are among the most basic and prevalent types of knowledge that individuals must acquire over the life span, and observational learning is one of the primary ways in which individuals acquire new knowledge and skills. Observational learning of a motor skill involves: (1) observation of the model, which allows one to imitate and understand a modeled demonstration, and (2) self-observation, which allows one to actively regulate one's own learning and performance of a motor… CONTINUE READING

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