Effects of modeling and videotape feedback with knowledge of results on motor performance
Human Movement Science
On the basis of social learning theory it can be hypothesized that information acquired through model observation can provide as rich a basis for a cognitive representation as that acquired by means of the usual KR procedure. A source of external information similar to that of model observation is videotape feedback (VTFB). Therefore, it was the purpose of this study to test the potency of these two sources of information with KR. The design was a 4 (groups) × 10 (blocks) factorial ANOVA with repeated measures on the last factor. Both immediate transfer and 48-hr retention effects were assessed. The immediate transfer analysis indicated a significant main effect for group. This effect appeared to be due to the poor performance of the VTFB group. The same effect approached significance after the 48-hr retention. Subsequent variance analysis indicated significant differences between transfer and retention within all conditions except modeling. © 1985.
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Ross, Diane; Bird, Anne Marie; Doody, Sue G.; and Zoeller, Mary, "Effects of modeling and videotape feedback with knowledge of results on motor performance" (1985). Faculty Publications. 4808.