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HKIN 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Motor Learning, Motor Skill, Ogive

leaCh. 11 Defining and accessing learning Performance vs. learning - Performance: observable act of skill execution o Temporary stage/change o May not be due to practice o May b...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 215
Dr. Melanie Lam
HKIN 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Feature Integration Theory, Peripheral Vision, Visual Search

wCh. 9 attention Limited capacity for processing information Filter or bottleneck theory Neck limits how much info can be passed through Info processed serially o One process completed before next process starts Central...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 215
Dr. Melanie Lam
HKIN 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sketchpad, Working Memory, Motor Skill

Ch. 10 Memory Systems Ability to encode and retrieve information Two component memory model Memory composed of two systems: o Working memory (sometimes short term memory) Info stored for short periods of time o Longterm ...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 215
Dr. Melanie Lam
HKIN 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Binary Logarithm

Ch. 7 Manual aiming skills Hand movements to a target, performer dictates speed Speed determined by The skill itself hitting piano keys, throwing baseball The performer manual aiming skills (elevator call button) Speeda...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 215
Dr. Melanie Lam
HKIN 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Muscle Spindle, Proprioception, Dermis

Ch 6 Sensory components of motor control Sensation of Touch - Many skills require manually manipulating objects/people Mechanoreceptors in the skin - Dermis layer - Relays info to brain Tactile info...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 215
Dr. Melanie Lam
HKIN 215 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Motor Program, Dynamical Systems Theory, Reaction Coordinate

October 5, 2016 Ch. 5 How are Skilled Movements Coordinated and Controlled? Emphasize central nervous system or interaction between environment and individual Two Theories of Motor Control 1. Motor program based theory a....

Human Kinetics
HKIN 215
Dr. Melanie Lam
HKIN 241 Lecture 11: lecture 11 (one note)

Care and Prevent Lecture 11 (Continued from the Ankle and Lower Leg) First Aid Care: Immediately apply ice, compression and elevate Apply a horseshoe or doughnut pad, keep it in place with a elastic wrap. Have athlete rest...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland
HKIN 241 Lecture 10: lecture 10 (one note)

Care and Prevent Lecture 10 Ankle and Lower Leg Ankle and Lower Leg: ankle injuries most frequent in sports tibia is major weight bearing bone of the lower leg fibula assists minimally with weight bearing approx. 2 , serve...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland
HKIN 241 Lecture 9: lecture 9 (one note)

Care and Prevent Lecture 9 (continued from the Foot) Common Foot Problems and Injuries Hammer and Claw Toes: often congenital can be caused by improperly fitted shoes muscle contractures or malalignment of bony structur...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland
HKIN 241 Lecture 8: lecture 8 (one note)

Care Prevent Lecture 8 PIER METH: RICE: R= Rest I= Ice C= Compression E= Elevation PIER This entire process should be repeated for 24 to 72 hours P Pressure Stop or limit the amount of swelling space available and decrea...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland
HKIN 241 Lecture 7: lecture 7 (one note)

Care Prevent Lecture 7 Injury Process of Healing: Soft Tissue: everything but bone 3 phases Involves a complex series of interrelated physical and chemical activities Inflammatory Phase: 1 First event is the actual injur...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland
HKIN 241 Lecture 5: lecture 6 (one note)

Care and Prevent Lecture 6 Emergency Plans: Unconscious Athlete head injuries leading cause of unconsciousness in sports level of consciousness may very depending on responses of individual to verbal and sensory stimuli un...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland
HKIN 241 Lecture 6: lecture 5 (one note)

Care and Prevent Lecture 5 Injury Prevention: Preventing Injury: Traditional equipment for common sports such as: football, hockey, ringette, lacrosse, roller blading, cycling, mountainrock climbing, racquet sports, baseba...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland
HKIN 241 Lecture 4: lecture 4 (one note)

Care Prevent Lecture 4 Legal: Injury Prevention and Legal Liability: In sports and recreation there are inherent risks Assumption of riskwhen one competes or partakes in sports they must assume some risks, but these must ...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland
HKIN 241 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Wound, Elastin, Tendinitis

Care and Prevent Lecture 3 Laceration: sharp object (skate blade) direct blow (squash racquet) stitches vs steristrips on the face almost always stitch 12 length, 18 deep, need to be done with in 10 hours Tendons: connect ...

Human Kinetics
HKIN 241
Tara Sutherland

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