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Davoud Fazeli, HamidReza Taheri, and Alireza Saberi Kakhki

/observationally performed/observed the task in a random or constant order. A subsequent transfer test showed the superiority of variable practice over constant practice during observational learning ( Bird & Rikli, 1983 ). Besides, superior learning of variable practice compared with constant practice has been shown in

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Ogün Köyağasıoğlu and Cengizhan Özgürbüz

. Mental training interventions such as motor imagery (MI) and action observation (AO) 10 , 11 are other training options that can contribute to the observational learning process for motor skills. The mechanism of mental training was suggested by their potential to facilitate the activation of neural

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Sean Sanford, Mingxiao Liu, and Raviraj Nataraj

, Ugrinowitsch H . Bandwidth knowledge of results persists on motor skills acquisition . Montricidade . 2018 ; 14 ( 2–3 ): 107 – 114 . doi:10.6063/motricidade.14294 10.6063/motricidade.14294 37. Badets A , Blandin Y . Observational learning: effects of bandwidth knowledge of results . J Mot Behav

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Sara M. Scharoun, David A. Gonzalez, Eric A. Roy, and Pamela J. Bryden

development of motor planning and the role of observational learning . Vision Research, 51 ( 8 ), 945 – 954 . PubMed doi:10.1016/j.visres.2010.12.003 10.1016/j.visres.2010.12.003 Karapetsas , A.B. , & Vlachos , F.M. ( 1997 ). Sex and handedness in development of visuomotor skills . Perceptual and

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Ogün Köyağasıoğlu, Cengizhan Özgürbüz, Cem Şeref Bediz, Çağdaş Güdücü, Ramazan Aydınoğlu, and Tolga Akşit

observational learning effectiveness . Front Hum Neurosci . 2013 ; 7 : 1 – 7 . doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00522 69. Vandevoorde K , Orban De Xivry J-J . Why is the explicit component of motor adaptation limited in elderly adults? J Neurophysiol . 2020 ; 124 : 152 – 167 . PubMed ID: 32459553 doi:10

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Amanda Young, Seán Healy, Lisa Silliman-French, and Ali Brian

), including (a) behavioral capability—the ability of an individual to perform a behavior based on having the necessary knowledge and skills; (b) observational learning—learning that occurs via the observation of others; (c) outcome expectations—the consequences of the behavior that are anticipated by the

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Emily Kroshus, Sara P.D. Chrisman, David Coppel, and Stanley Herring

relationship or reporting environment to allow for self-disclosure. Consistent with best practice guidance for increasing self-efficacy ( Bandura, 1977 ) it may be important to provide coaches with strategies or opportunities for observational learning about how to approach athletes if they are concerned. It