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what does fits and posners 3 stage learning model consist of
Cognitive, Associative, and autonomous
Briefly explain the 1 stage of fits and posners model
Cognitive: understanding what needs to be done, dramatic performance gains,large number of errors, inconsistant performance, great deal of self talk
2nd stage of fits and posner learning model
Associative: more motor, subtle adjusments and refining of skill, more gradual performance gains, fewer errors, more consistent, detect some of own errors, anticipation smooth and less rushed, stages lasts months to years
3rd stage of fits and posner learning model
autonomous: skill is automatic, adjustments made on own, little performance gain, errors rare, little physical and mental effort, style and form of mvmt increased, self talk lacking, little attention demanded
What is some evidence supporting stageds of learning model
a. changes in achieving the goal of the skill
b. changes in error deteection and correction capability
c. changes in movement efficiency
d. changes in coordination
e. changes in emg patterns
In its simpliest form explain the information processing model
1. stimulus (bits of info catch attention..outside body)
2. Within body
a) identification: sense organs detect stimulus and send code to brain
b)response selection: decision needs to be made
c)response programming: (initiation) brain telling body what to do, generates response
3. OUTPUT: response actually occurs