Too Much of a Good Thing: Random Practice Scheduling and Self-Control of Feedback Lead to Unique but Not Additive Learning Benefits

@inproceedings{Ali2012TooMO,
  title={Too Much of a Good Thing: Random Practice Scheduling and Self-Control of Feedback Lead to Unique but Not Additive Learning Benefits},
  author={Asif Ali and Bradley J. Fawver and Jingu Kim and Jeffrey T. Fairbrother and Christopher M. Janelle},
  booktitle={Front. Psychology},
  year={2012}
}
We examined the impact of self-controlled knowledge of results on the acquisition, retention, and transfer of anticipation timing skill as a function of random and blocked practice schedules. Forty-eight undergraduate students were divided into experimental groups that practiced under varying combinations of random or blocked as well as self-controlled or yoked practice conditions. Anticipation timing performance (5, 13, and 21 mph) was recorded during acquisition and during a short term no… CONTINUE READING
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