Jürgen Birklbauer, Prof. Dr. Erich Müller

Optimal Variability for Effective Motor Learning

A Theoretical Review and Empirical Work on Movement Variability
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This thesis addresses different manifestations and practical implementations of movement variability in respect to their beneficial effects on movement coordination and learning. The focal point of this topic is formed by the comparison between the contextual interference paradigm and the differential learning approach, representing two variable practice strategies found to improve motor learning performance under certain conditions. The theoretical backgrounds and empirical findings of each approach are thoroughly reviewed in the first part of this work. These theoretical concepts, and their resultant practical training approaches, arrive at the notion of an optimal magnitude and structure of movement variability that should be encouraged during practice. The second part of this work presents a parallelgroup study designed to contrast the effects of a high contextual interference and schema-based practice regime with two variants of differential training on the adoption of two indoor hockey skills in beginners.
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ISBN 978-3-8403-7651-1
EAN 9783840376511
Bibliographie Jürgen Birklbauer / Erich Müller (Hg.)
Optimal Variability for Effective Motor Learning
A Theoretical Review and Empirical Work on Movement Variability
(Spektrum Bewegungswissenschaft, 9)
600 Seiten. 7 Abbildungen, schwarz-weiß, 4 Tabellen, schwarz-weiß
(978-3-8403-7651-1) Paperback
€ [D] 38,00
Seiten 600
Format Paperback
Höhe 148
Breite 210
Artikelnummer 137651
Auflagenname -11
Verlag Meyer & Meyer Fachverlag und Buchhandel GmbH
Herausgeber Prof. Dr. Erich Müller
Autor Jürgen Birklbauer
Erscheinungsdatum 21.01.2019
Lieferzeit 3-5 Tage
Dr. Jürgen Birklbauer works as a Senior Scientist in the field of training and movement sciences at the University of Salzburg. His field of research covers among others motor (re-)learning, variable practice, training aids, sleep and gross-motor adaptation, physical activity and cognitive performance, executive functions, and talent identification.