A model for the transfer of perceptual-motor skill learning in human behaviors
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This paper presents a preliminary model that outlines the mechanisms underlying the transfer of perceptual-motor skill learning in sport and everyday tasks. Perceptual-motor behavior is motivated by performance demands and evolves over time to increase the probability of success through adaptation. Performance demands at the time of an event create a unique transfer domain that specifies a range of potentially successful actions. Transfer comprises anticipatory subconscious and conscious mechanisms. The model also outlines how transfer occurs across a continuum, which depends on the individual’s expertise and contextual variables occurring at the incidence of transfer. © 2012 by the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
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