Motor skill learning: age and augmented feedback


Dijk, Henk van (2006) Motor skill learning: age and augmented feedback. thesis.

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Abstract:Learning motor skills is fundamental to human life. One of the most critical variables affecting motor learning, aside from practice itself, is augmented feedback (performance-related information). Although there is abundance of research on how young adults use augmented feedback to learn motor skills, little is known about how older adults use augmented feedback. The aim of this thesis is to obtain a better understanding of the influence of age and augmented feedback on motor skill learning.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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