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Self-Controlled Feedback and Trait Anxiety in Motor Skill Acquisition

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Author(s): Raquel Maia Bokums | Cassio M. Meira Jr. | Jaqueline F. O. Neiva | Thaynara Oliveira | Jusselma Ferreira Maia

Journal: Psychology
ISSN 2152-7180

Volume: 03;
Issue: 05;
Start page: 406;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Self-Control | Feedback | Knowledge of Results | Anxiety | Motor Learning

ABSTRACT
This study examined the relationship between trait anxiety (TA) and self-controlled (SC) frequency of feedback in the acquisition of the overhead volleyball serve. Forty-eight adolescent girls performed 240 acquisition trials, with the provision of knowledge of results (KR). After 48 h, they performed 16 transfer no-KR trials. Although no interactions were found on either acquisition or transfer, the high-anxious girls requested more feedback than the low-anxious ones. Also, feedback was requested more after accurate than after inaccurate trials.
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