MOTOR CONTROL EBOOK

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Please Sign In or Create an Account. Active Aging. Social Studies in Sport and Physical Activity. Athletic Training, Therapy, and Rehabilitation. Adopting a Textbook. Continuing Education Center. Human Kinetics has moved! Please check out our new stores: The Farmers' Market. What are the roles of motor error and hypervigilance in unintended acceleration accidents? Push or Pull? Cutting wood and missing putts. How are constant error, variable error, and absolute error useful for understanding motor control?

Forensic motor control. What are generalized motor programs, and what do keystroke dynamics reveal about them? Learning to win from losing. Motor Control in Everyday Actions eBook. By Tim Lee. Request Exam Copy. View Ancillaries. Product Description. Motor Control in Everyday Actions presents 47 true stories that illustrate the phenomena of motor control, learning, perception, and attention in sport, physical activity, home, and work environments. At times humorous and sometimes sobering, this unique text provides an accessible application-to-research approach to spark critical thinking, class discussion, and new ideas for research.

The stories in Motor Control in Everyday Actions illustrate the diversity and complexity of research in perception and action and motor skill acquisition.

More than interesting anecdotes, these stories offer concrete examples of how motor behavior, motor control, and perception and action errors affect the lives of both well-known and ordinary individuals in various situations and environments. Readers will be entertained with real-life stories that illustrate how research in motor control is applicable to real life: Choking Under Pressure examines information processing and how it changes under pressure.

Turn Right at the Next Gorilla examines inattention blindness and its role in traffic accidents. Craps and Weighted Bats describes the curious role of myths and superstition in how we play games.

And 42 other examples of motor control in everyday actions will both entertain and inform. Each story is followed by a set of self-directed activities that are progressively more complex.

These activities, plus the additional notes and suggested readings and websites at the conclusion of each story, provide a starting point for critical thinking about the reasons why human actions sometimes go awry.

A reader-friendly writing style and easy-to-follow analysis and conclusions assist students in gaining mastery of the issues presented, conceptualizing new research projects, and applying the content to current research.

The stories are grouped into three parts, beginning with situations involving errors and mistakes in perception, action, or decision making.

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Next, stories investigating varied techniques for studying perception and action are presented. The remaining scenarios provide readers with a look at research focusing on the motor learning process as well as some of the unexpected discoveries resulting from those investigations. Motor Control in Everyday Actions will engage its readers—not only through the central topic of the story but also in the fundamental concepts involving perception, action, and learning.

Used as a springboard for new research or as a catalyst for engaging discussion, Motor Control in Everyday Actions offers perspectives that will enhance understanding of how human beings interact with their world.

Part I. The Farmers' Market What are the roles of motor error and hypervigilance in unintended acceleration accidents? The Grocery Store How do population stereotypes shape our interactions with manufactured environments? How do product designs influence people to perform specific actions?

Chapter 2. Choking Under Pressure What changes in information processing cause athletes such as Jean Van de Velde to fail under pressure? Turn Right at the Next Gorilla What is inattention blindness, and what role does it play in common traffic accidents? Chapter 3. The Gimme Putt Can Schmidt's law be used to predict the accuracy of golf putts?

Pouring Coffee How does the information-processing rate create a speed—accuracy trade-off? Is the Bean Dizzy? What do Spoonerisms reveal about motor control? Part II. Adventures in Perception and Action Chapter 4. Fun With Numbers Public Opinion Polls What do central tendency, variability, and statistical significance mean in the context of motor research? Cutting Wood and Missing Putts How are constant error, variable error, and absolute error useful for understanding motor control?

The Hot Hand Do statistics support the existence of hot streaks in sports? Chapter 5.

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Jumping the Gun How can a reaction be distinguished from an anticipation? Antilock Brakes How does the complexity of a motor program influence reaction time? Preventing Penalties and Batting Baseballs How do athletes use temporal and spatial anticipation?

Craps and Weighted Bats What role do perceptual illusions play in sport performance? Chapter 6. Attention The Toad and the Centipede Is an internal or external attentional focus better for improving performance? The Preshot Routine Why does a consistent mental preparation ritual benefit performance? Gumbo What are the limits of attentional capacity? Each story is followed by a set of self-directed activities that are progressively more complex.

These activities, plus the additional notes and suggested readings and websites at the conclusion of each story, provide a starting point for critical thinking about the reasons why human actions sometimes go awry.

A reader-friendly writing style and easy-to-follow analysis and conclusions assist students in gaining mastery of the issues presented, conceptualizing new research projects, and applying the content to current research. The stories are grouped into three parts, beginning with situations involving errors and mistakes in perception, action, or decision making. Next, stories investigating varied techniques for studying perception and action are presented.

The remaining scenarios provide readers with a look at research focusing on the motor learning process as well as some of the unexpected discoveries resulting from those investigations. Motor Control in Everyday Actions will engage its readers—not only through the central topic of the story but also in the fundamental concepts involving perception, action, and learning.

Used as a springboard for new research or as a catalyst for engaging discussion, Motor Control in Everyday Actions offers perspectives that will enhance understanding of how human beings interact with their world. Contents Part I.

Perceptual Errors How do visual illusions distort perception and influence action? The Farmers' Market What are the roles of motor error and hypervigilance in unintended acceleration accidents? The Grocery Store How do population stereotypes shape our interactions with manufactured environments? Push or Pull? How do product designs influence people to perform specific actions?

Chapter 2.

Decision Errors What role did decision errors play in the death of Patrick Tillman? Choking Under Pressure What changes in information processing cause athletes such as Jean Van de Velde to fail under pressure? Turn Right at the Next Gorilla What is inattention blindness, and what role does it play in common traffic accidents? Chapter 3. Action Errors How can product designs accommodate Fitts' law?

The Gimme Putt Can Schmidt's law be used to predict the accuracy of golf putts? Pouring Coffee How does the information-processing rate create a speed—accuracy trade-off?

Is the Bean Dizzy? What do Spoonerisms reveal about motor control? Part II. Adventures in Perception and Action Chapter 4.The remaining scenarios provide readers with a look at research focusing on the motor learning process as well as some of the unexpected discoveries resulting from those investigations. Also a reference for academic libraries and researchers. Part III. Craps and Weighted Bats What role do perceptual illusions play in sport performance?

Disappearing Act What makes some coordination patterns more automatic than others? Chapter 3.

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