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Associative stage

The second phase in the learning of a new skill, in which movement patterns become more refined and consistent through practice.

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Autonomous stage

The final phase in the learning of a new skill, where the skill is largely automatic, and the performer no longer consciously thinks about the skill.

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Barrier

Is something or someone that has a negative effect on one’s motor skills.

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Closed motor skills

Are motor skills that are performed in a predictable, self-paced environment.

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Cognitive stage

The initial phase in the learning of a motor skill, where the emphasis is on conscious understanding of the task requirements.

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Continuous motor skills

Are motor skills that have no distinct beginning or end.

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Discrete motor skills

Are motor skills that involve movements of a brief duration, that are easily defined by a distinct beginning and end.

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Enabler

Is something or someone that has a positive effect on one’s motor skills.

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Environmental constraints

Are characteristics of the environment in which the performance takes place as well as the social factors surrounding an individual.

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Familiar advantage

The influence that parents and/or siblings can have on motor development.

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Fine motor skills

Are delicate precise movements that engage the use of small muscle groups.

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Fundamental movement skills

Are movement patterns that involve different body parts. They are foundation skills that provide the basis for the development of more sport-specific movement skills.

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Gross motor skills

Are movements involving the use of large muscle groups that result in a coordinated action.

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Individual constraints

Are the physical, psychological, and behaviour characteristics that influence movement.

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Movement constraints

Are factors related to the individual, task, and environment that influence movement.

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Open motor skills

Are motor skills that are performed in an environment that is constantly changing and is externally paced.

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Qualitative analysis

Is the systematic observation of the quality of human movement for the purpose of providing the most appropriate intervention to improve performance.

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Serial motor skills

Are a series of discrete skills strung together to create a more complicated, skilled action.

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Skill

Is an ability that comes from knowledge, practice, experience, aptitude, and which can be performed well.

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Sports-specific skills

Are skills that utilise a range of fundamental movement skills in a sequence of movement.

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Task-related constraints

Explain the ‘goal’, rules, equipment, and facilities of a sport.