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Leila Selimbegović, Olivier Dupuy, Julie Terache, Yannick Blandin, Laurent Bosquet and Armand Chatard

on sustained cyclic movement . Second, departing from visual affective threatening stimuli and moving to more abstract and symbolic threats, we will manipulate evaluative threat by giving participants false feedback on an ostensible intelligence quotient (IQ) test. Third, this threat will be

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Ran Zheng, Ilana D. Naiman, Jessica Skultety, Steven R. Passmore, Jim Lyons and Cheryl M. Glazebrook

, the present study directly compared natural reaching movements to movements that have additional tactile feedback (i.e., sliding movements). Background Movement Planning Reaction time (RT) is a measure of the time it takes to plan a movement and is defined as the time between the appearance of a

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Jamie Taber and Kat Longshore

training. A secondary aim was to provide me (student-trainee) with experience designing and implementing a mental-skills intervention. Throughout the following discussion of the design and implementation of this workshop, we reflected on the process of creating such a workshop and gathering feedback from

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Kevin S. Spink and Kayla Fesser

reasons why teammates may serve as an effective channel for providing corrective feedback when required. First, teammates are constantly interacting and communicating with one another during game situations; therefore, it is possible that teammates may notice problems that a coach would miss. When

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Elizabeth Coker and Terry Kaminski

feedback (AVFB), defined as any extrinsic source of visual information regarding motor performance that is supplemental to the visual environment ( Kennedy, Crowell, Striegel, Villano, & Schmiedeler, 2013 ). Mirrors are traditionally placed in dance classrooms to allow students to correct the aesthetic

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Caroline Lisee, Tom Birchmeier, Arthur Yan, Brent Geers, Kaitlin O’Hagan, Callum Davis and Christopher Kuenze

prevention. 1 , 2 Visual or instrumented evaluation of kinematics during functional tasks is incorporated into evaluations of injury risk. 2 Consistent with this approach, verbal or visual feedback related to high-risk movement patterns is often provided by clinicians to aid patients or athletes in

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Christopher M. Saliba, Allison L. Clouthier, Scott C.E. Brandon, Michael J. Rainbow and Kevin J. Deluzio

osteoarthritis. 7 , 8 During gait retraining sessions, indicators of kinematic or kinetic measures can be delivered in real-time though audible, visual, or haptic feedback. 9 , 10 The knee adduction moment is a marker for the medial contact force and has been the target of biofeedback to reduce knee loading. 9

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James W. Roberts

planning ( initial impulse ) and late “homing-in” phase associated with the use of online sensory feedback for the amendment of errors ( current control ; Elliott, Helsen, & Chua, 2001 ; Meyer et al., 1988 ; Woodworth, 1899 ). The very first instance of these so-called components was reflected by a

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Janaina Lima Fogaca, Sam J. Zizzi and Mark B. Andersen

were carried out via Skype or FaceTime. Journals The supervisees wrote journal entries in Months 2 and 3 of their placements, answering two open-ended items in each: “Please describe any meaningful supervision experience in the last month, thinking specifically about verbal or written feedback you

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Cassio M. Meira Jr and Jeffrey T. Fairbrother

differences that can potentially interact with other variables known to influence performance and learning. Feedback is a fundamental component of the motor learning process. During and after the execution of a movement, the learner normally receives two types of feedback about the performance, inherent and