Motor Learning and Control: Concepts and Applications12th Edition
Unit 1 Introduction to Motor Skills and Abilities
CHAPTER 1: The Classification of Motor Skills
CHAPTER 2: The Measurement of Motor Performance
CHAPTER 3: Motor Abilities
Unit 2 Introduction to Motor Control
CHAPTER 4: Neuromotor Basis for Motor Control
CHAPTER 5: Motor Control Theories
CHAPTER 6: Sensory Components of Motor Control
CHAPTER 7: Performance and Motor Control Characteristics of Functional Skills
CHAPTER 8: Action Preparation
Unit 3 Attention and Memory
CHAPTER 9: Attention as a Limited Capacity Resource
CHAPTER 10: Memory Components, Forgetting, and Strategies
Unit 4 Introduction to Motor Skill Learning
CHAPTER 11: Defining and Assessing Learning
CHAPTER 12: The Stages of Learning
CHAPTER 13: Transfer of Learning
Unit 5 Instruction and Augmented Feedback
CHAPTER 14: Demonstration and Verbal Instructions
CHAPTER 15: Augmented Feedback
Unit 6 Practice Conditions
CHAPTER 16: Practice Variability and Specificity
CHAPTER 17: The Amount and Distribution of Practice
CHAPTER 18: Whole and Part Practice
CHAPTER 19: Mental Practice
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