The Black Box

In Chapter 6, Central Contributions to Motor Control, you’ll
• Discuss motor control as open and closed-loop systems.
• Explain the concept of central control mechanisms,
• Describe and explain the degrees of freedom problem, agonist-antagonist patterning, inhibition of actions and pre-programming of rapid movements.
• Apply generalized motor programs in a practical situation
In Chapter 13, The Learning Process, you’ll
• Identify differences and similarities between closed-loop theory and schema theory.
• Discuss cognitive and hierarchical control perspectives of motor learning
• Describe the relationship between the degrees of freedom problem and the Bernstein perspective
• Apply these perspective to learning continuous motor skills

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