Augmented Feedback

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Sensation and Movment Flashcards on Augmented Feedback, created by alexlpeart on 05/05/2013.
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What can happen if we are given feedback on everything and very regularly? We can become reliant on feedback and the ability of the performer to adapt is reduced. For example if we always cycle dependent on our heart rate, when we remove a heart rate monitor during a race we struggle to regulate our speed.
If our range of error is ____ than the required accuracy we wont be able to achieve our goals every time. This also means giving ___ _____feedback can result in a performer ironing the feedback Greater, too accurate
Which feedback type if better for performance, summary or immediate feedback? summary feedback.
Give three ways augmented feedback works. Information purposes, Motivational functions, Associational function (association of stimuli and movement).
Whats is knowledge of results and knowledge of performance? Knowledge of results - knowing the outcome of the movement but not how the actual movement was. Knowledge of performance - Knowing how well your performance regardless of the outcome.
What is concurrent feedback? and what is Terminal feedback? Concurrent feedback is where we are given feedback while the movement is carried out where as terminal feedback is when we are given feedback after the movement has finished.
What is distinct and accumulated feedback? Distinct feedback represents each performance separately. Accumulated feedback feedback represents the accumulation of several past performances.
Draw a graph to show how good a video tape, video tape with correctional cues, video tape with attentional cues and knowledge of results are as forms of feedback.
Give three examples of knowledge of performance feedback. give an example of each. Kinematic feedback(slow motion video to analyse movement), Biofeedback (Heart rate, breathing rate etc), kinetic feedback (power plates, wind tunnel etc).
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