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    Sp2750 Experiment 4

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    EXSS 2025 Motor Control and Learning Experiment 4: Reaction, Movement& Response Time in Decision-Making Tasks I. Question 3: (i) Why are multiple repeated trials in each task required (ii) Why do we need to complete checks on the data (identify errors etc)? (iii) Why was there a variable fore-period between the start of a trial and the appearance of a stimulus in the tasks? (iv) Why was randomization necessary from Task 1b onwards? (v) Why was 80%(congruent) vs 20%(incongruent) split used in…

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    In response to question one, at twelve months of age my child, Aidan, compares relatively normally to the typical development patterns in children twelve months of age. (1A) Two motor skills that Aidan achieved by 12 months of age are walking and throwing. Aidan first started to walk by himself as a normal motor skill at 12 months and he started to display throwing at 12 months as well. (1B) Aidan was on time walking by himself according to the normal age milestones. By 11-13 months, children…

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    Toy Play Case Study

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    1. What are ALL of the toys the infant / child is interested in? Name at least three different toys. What are the fine motor requirements for playing with one of these toys? Be comprehensive when you describe the fine motor requirements (symmetry, posture, muscle work, range, coordination, type of grasp) i.e. not simply examining motor control of the digits (4 points) (Wisconsin Child Welfare Training System, 2006) The infant was playing with a variety of toys but he particularly was…

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    How To Play Tennis

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    All it took for my friends to lure me into tennis was to suggest that I join the team with them sophomore year. At first it started out as something to do with my friends, but soon became a hobby and passion of mine as I learned more about the game. Tennis is a sport that involves two players hitting a ball back and forth across a net to each other using a racquet. It may sound simple, but decades have passed since the game was created and has given people time to turn the game into a highly…

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    Children in the middle childhood become more independent but still need some supervision. At this time children are known as concrete-operational according to Paiget’s theory (Rathus, 2011, p. 346). In this stage children are beginning to become more logically skilled. They begin to logic and concrete information. Along with the development of logic, they also begin to develop an understanding of others around them. They become less egocentric. Although they have developed logical thinking they…

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    On Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at approximately 10:15 A.M. I completed my gross motor observation in Mrs. Sayre’s classroom at Breton Downs Elementary school. I observed William, a six-year-old member of the first grade classroom. My observation was done during the classroom exercise time. Gross motor activities that I witnessed were as followed: dancing, jumping, walking, and clapping. William was standing roughly fifteen feet in front of me, eyes looking ahead to the screen as he waited…

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    you may play with. Secondly following the right protocals given by the doctors and trainers are to help you achieve the right knowledge and medical point of view. Lastly is to play games with fun, but concussions is an injury that you really cant control. Take part in the movement for safer games equipment and prevent less…

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    My Faith Research Paper

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    My faith has always been the driving force of my life. I live by the notion that everything happens for a reason. Ecclesiates 3:1 declares, "For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven." When I first began my college career, I struggled trying to find the best career path for myself. For years, I went through the motionsof taking classes and preparing my schedule in a way in which I believed my college experience should be, until one day I realized that I was not…

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    participate in the activity. This is an example of a large muscle skill. The activity that Ethan was participating in was drawing what they thought that the weeds on the table looked like. This activity required Ethan to be able to hold a pencil and control his hand to write on the paper. He also wrote his name on the paper. These are examples of small muscle skills. A child…

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    Lay Up Task Analysis

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    There are two types of motor abilities per Fleishmen’s model: perceptual and physical. Some perceptual motor abilities required to perform a lay-up are: multi-limb coordination, control precision, rate control, manual dexterity, finger dexterity, arm hand steadiness and visual acuity. Some physical motors abilities required to perform a lay-up are: dynamic strength and muscular endurance. Some decisions that pupil…

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