Augmented feedback over a short period of time:Does it improve netball goal-shooting performance?

Sanchez, Xavier and Bampouras, Theodoros M. (2006) Augmented feedback over a short period of time:Does it improve netball goal-shooting performance? International Journal of Sport Psychology, 37 (4). pp. 349-358. ISSN 0047-0767

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Abstract

The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effect of practice and augmented feedback on netball goal-shooting performance without restricting the interaction time between the learner and the instructor. Thirty participants were randomly allocated into a control (CON), practice (being provided with KR only; PRA), or practice with augmented feedback group (being provided with KP and KR; AUG), and completed 20 netball goal-shots at pre- and post-practice testing sessions. PRA and AUG participated in 3 consecutive practice sessions, which lasted 20 minutes each. In addition, the AUG group received goal-shooting instructions (verbal cues). The AUG group showed a significantly greater improvement in scoring performance, highlighting the importance of augmented feedback in the acquisition of complex motor skills. The current study provides a bridging step between laboratory motor learning and applied research.

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Journal Article
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International Journal of Sport Psychology
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128469
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22 Oct 2018 12:18
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