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.1123/jmld.2015-0018 ORIGINAL RESEARCH Expecting to Teach Enhances Learning: Evidence From a Motor Learning Paradigm Marcos Daou * Taylor L. Buchanan * Kyle R. Lindsey * Keith R. Lohse * Matthew W. Miller * 12 2016 4 2 197 207 10.1123/jmld.2015-0036 Temporal-Comparative Feedback Affects Motor

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Ines Pfeffer and Tilo Strobach

–behavior gap ( Allom et al., 2016 ). Trait self-control may be differentially associated with the intention–behavior gap depending upon the performance level in the respective executive functions paradigm. Methods A Priori Sample Size Estimation A priori sample size estimation was based on the study of Allom

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Associative Stimulation Rewired: A Novel Paradigm to Modulate Resting-State Intracortical Connectivity Andrew Hooyman * Alexander Garbin * Beth Fisher * 1 04 2020 18 10 2019 8 1 174 193 10.1123/jmld.2018-0054 jmld.2018-0054 REVIEWS Automated Measures of Force and Motion Can Improve Our Understanding of

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Jason R. Themanson, Nicole J. Bing, Brad E. Sheese and Matthew B. Pontifex

The scientific examination of batting in baseball has undergone an explosion in recent years, with a number of new paradigms aimed at understanding and exploring both behavioral and neuroscientific influences on batting performance. Although this research has made great strides in developing a

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Robert W. Motl and Rachel Bollaert

involves examining if and how we can change sedentary behavior in this population. This might involve learning from paradigms applied with the general population for “breaking up sedentary behavior” and then “replacing sedentary behavior with light physical activity” as an approach for reducing sedentary

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Jence A. Rhoads, Marcos Daou, Keith R. Lohse and Matthew W. Miller

as recall of skill facts on the delayed posttests, relative to expecting to test. This evidence suggests expecting to teach enhances motor learning. However, this paradigm does not consider the influence of actually teaching on learning a motor skill. The effect of actually teaching is important to

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* Guilherme Veiga Guimarães * Emmanuel Gomes Ciolac * 1 01 2020 17 1 85 91 10.1123/jpah.2018-0588 jpah.2018-0588 SPECIAL SECTION: 24-HOUR MOVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR THE EARLY YEARS BRIEF REPORTS Introducing 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years: A New Paradigm Gaining Momentum Mark S. Tremblay

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Diane M. Ste-Marie

giving away the findings (we do want you to continue reading, of course!), the first article by Edward Hebert incorporates an experimental paradigm that combines the factors associated with when and why observation is effective. Hebert used a mixed-method approach to examine the influence of the temporal

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Chun-Hao Wang and Kuo-Cheng Tu

paradigms involving domain-specific stimuli (e.g., the expert performance approach) had revealed the superior anticipatory ability of skilled athletes ( Mori, Ohtani, & Imanaka, 2002 ; Müller & Abernethy, 2012 ), with the evidence showing that athletes are better than novices in extracting the most

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Brian M. Moore, Joseph T. Adams, Sallie Willcox and Joseph Nicholson

identified as a critical component of balance for fall avoidance in older adults ( Maki & McIlroy, 1996 ). Assessment tools and paradigms have been developed to evaluate compensatory postural responses. Typically, these assessments use specialized laboratory equipment to capture body motion