Amanda June Lewis
Learning and Behavior, PSY 383
Professor Heather Lippard
October 27, 2013
Discuss your outcome with this activity. What did you learn about motor learning?
The outcome with this activity is to control and learn movements as my subject is a trainer.
he states; “I learned
regarding motor skills when
learning for my Master’s
activity fascinated me, because I am
trainer for the NCAA Division.
I competitively learn
innovative skills on a
regular basis.” He indicated that he
inquiring questions such as, “How can I
facilitate the gymnasts
study for these tricks;
is there a
superior way to
provide them feedback; How do I
manage practice?” He informs me, “The things I
learned from motor learning classes
facilitate me to
turn out to be a
superior teacher and
on your readings, identify which theory of motor-skill learning best
fits this activity. Why do you consider it to be the best fit?
theory is best fit for this activity because it describes how motor
skills are learned. The detection schema is structured on the grounds of
about the relationship among the environmental outcomes, initial
conditions, and the sensory outcomes. Prior to a movement take position
and an individual can employ a learned detection schema to forecast the
sensory outcomes that will arise if the right movement
outcome takes position.
what you have learned during this activity to a real-life learning
experience, either for yourself, or for someone you are teaching.
efficiently with others on projects,
high-quality questions, finding
appropriate information and
recognizing how to
employ it are skills that will
in a person’s personal life. This
give the opportunity to
perform these skills
in real life. “As a professional movement
involve in teaching other persons motor skills of
This activity will
facilitate you to learn how motor learning can
facilitate a person to become an
trainer of motor skills.” Research
study how they can
customers to learn motor skills more
appreciate the changes in performance and
takes place as the
superior customer service.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute 2008 Holiday Lectures on Science: “Mirror-Tracing Activity”
J Rucci, 2011: “Theories of Motor Skill Acquisition” February 23, 2011, Retrieved by