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Structure of session

Schedule.

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The influence that practice of one task has on other subsequent tasks?

Transfer of training.

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What is the specificity of practice principle?

Trasnfer depends on similarity between 2 task requirements and 2 environments.

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What did DEAN do in his study?

examined whether training program designed to increase sitting balance after stroke would transfer to other tasks (ambulation)

SPECIFICITY OF PRACTICE.

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What were both groups doing in DEANS experiment?

Control: did seated tasks within arm reach.

Experiment: distance and direction/speed. varied in sitting.

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What were results of DEAN experiment?

exp. group: reached further
increased load on LE and muscle activation
Improved STS

*DID NOT IMPROVE AMBULATION

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What does DEAN study show?

Task was more specific to STS than ambulation.

STS: Discrete
Ambulation: Continuous

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Practice on some components of whole task as pre-training for performance of the whole task?

example?

Part-task training

Ex: Weight shift for gait.

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Learner starts with less difficult versions of task, gradually transitioning to more difficult version?

ex.

Adaptive training

Ex:Speed change

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What did Winstein investigate?

concept of how working on weight shifting impacted ambulation .

PART-TASK training.

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What did groups do in winsteins trial?

Control: Standard PT

exp: Standard PT and additional standing balance weight shift practice.

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Results of Winstein Trial?

Both groups improved in ambulation but weight shift group not better.

group with additional weight shift had more symmetrical standing posture.

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Part task must be natural ____ to be effective for retraining

subpart of whole task

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Refers to the variety of movement and context characteristics a
learner experiences while practicing a skill

Variable Practice

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Tasks have ____ within them.

why is this important?

variability

need to be able to handle variability for learning.

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Successful future performance may depend on

amount of variability learner experiences in practice.

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What was variable vs. constant practice?

subjects knocked over barrier within 200 ms. 300x a day.

both did from distance of 15/35/60/65 cm

variable group hand random order.

transfer test done after at 50 cm.

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What was result of constant vs variable group?

what does this show?

Constant had less error at training but more during transfer test.

Variablity generates Generalizability.

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Variability in practice allows subjects to

learn task more effectively.

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Rehearsing many possible variations of a movement essentially facilitates

transfer of skill to novel situation.

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Learner performs same skill repeatedly. Works on a
specific skill for a block of trials before moving on to different skill

blocked practice.

22

Learner performs multiple different tasks in random
order

Random Practice.

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What happened in blocked vs. random practice trial?

Subjects practiced 3 badminton serves.

blocked group did 1 serve each day

random group did random each day.

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What were results of blocked vs. random trial?

Random group had higher accuracy with better retention.

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What can we interpret for blocked vs. random practice trial?

Blocked good for performance.

Random good for retention/learning.

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Deeper cognitive processing seems to degrade initial performance but
enhance retention

Contextual Interference.

more difficult task=better learning.

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Context factors that make task more difficult initially seem to

help learning in longrun.

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Who studied motor learning after stroke and what did they investigate?

Rober Hanlon.

blocked vs. random practice on post-stroke.

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What was done in Hanlon's study?

3 groups use affected side to complete 5 steps of grabbing cup.

Control: no practice
Blocked: Repeat 5x

Random: each trial alternated with 3 tasks:
pointing/touching object/touch table.

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Variable vs. Random

Variable: changing context/ adding

Random: order.

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Order of contextual interference?

blocked

Serial

Random

talk this over with urself .

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What happened in task practice of adults with PD?

why?

control had less error than PD.

PD patients have difficulty switching sequences.

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Findings in healthy subjects translated to ____ but not _____

stoke

Parkinsons.

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a skill performed in a stable or predictable environment where
the performer determines when to begin the action

Closed motor skill.

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a nonstable unpredictable environment where object or
environmental context is in motion and determines when to begin the action

Open motor skill.

36

fewer practice sessions than a distributed schedule, each session
requires longer practice

Massed Practice.

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distributes same amount of practice over more sessions, with each
session shorter

Distributed practice schedule.

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Involves asking a subject to spend a lot of time thinking
about or imagining the action being performed without producing any action

Mental Practice.

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Who ran mental practice study and what did they do?

MARING.
practice throwing ball from cup to target then experiment group visualized movement.

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Results of MARING mental practice study?

both groups decreased error but experiment group had smaller errors.

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Muscle firing patterns of Mental practice?

-more efficient firing pattern
-decreased time from onset to peak activity
-increased time between onset of agonist to antagonist

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Mental practice can be an important adjunct in

acquiring a motor skill.

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What are the benefits of Mental practice?

-cognitive elements (actively plan)
-Motor program with low gain (trigger at low level)
-Supplementary cortex activation during mental practice.

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What did ROLAND study?

supplemental brain activity from mental practice.

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What did subjects in roland's study do?

-subjects fl/ex indent finger causing BF increase in motor and sensory

-thumb opposition in diff sequence result increase BF s/m and supplementary cortex

-Subject mentally rehearse complex task result increase BF in supplementary cortex.

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What was done to compare physical and mental practice?

perform max isometric DF mentally and physically.

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What was result and conclusion of comparison of physical and mental practicE?

Improvement 25% physical 17% mental

mental practice good adjunct to physical practice.

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Motor learning paradigms? (BEHAVIOR COMPONENTS)

-repitition

-Specificity

-variability.

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Neural plasticity paradigms
BEHAVIORAL COMPONENTS

intense/repetitive
Specificity
Adaptive
Motivating.

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DEAN
WINSTEIN
HANLON
MARING
ROLAND

what they do?