Schlagwort-Archive: Liao & Masters

Move like a tiger, or: what about „when-then-rules“…

„From a practical point of view, the suggested benefits of implicit learning are meaningful in motor learning. One would expect sports coaches, for examples, to look favourably on teaching methods that bring about longer-lasting skill and robust responses under time pressure. Furthermore, the robustness of skilled learned implicitly should make implicit learning more appealing in modern sporting arenas, since motor skill are often performed in anxiety-provoking competitions!“

(Liao & Masters, 2001)