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Dynamics of learning complex motor skills in preschool children

Delaš Kalinski, Sunčica; Jelaska, Igor; Labrović, Antonija
Dynamics of learning complex motor skills in preschool children // Sport Scientific and Practical Aspects, 13 (2016), 2; 13-16 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)

Dynamics of learning complex motor skills in preschool children

Delaš Kalinski, Sunčica ; Jelaska, Igor ; Labrović, Antonija

Sport Scientific and Practical Aspects (1840-4413) 13 (2016), 2; 13-16

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Motor skills, motor learning, factorial ANOVA

The process of motor learning is generally defined by four basic characteristics: 1) a set of inherent events, circumstances or changes in performing certain motor skills ; 2) a direct result of exercise or experience ; 3) not directly visible but estimated through performance of learned skills ; 4) causes a relatively permanent change in the capacity of learned behavior. At the beginning of artistic gymnastics programs, a large number of structurally different movement skills are learned. One of them is the cartwheel . The objectives of this study were to determine the dynamics of the learning process and the differences in levels of cartwheel performance in beginner gymnasts both with the right and the left side. Objectivity and sensitivity of the judges h ave both been analysed ; the average score has been determined by calculating the mean value ; two - factor 2×6 ANOVA with repeated measures has analysed the significance of the differences in the levels of analyzed motor skills in certain points of the treatment. Research showed that the three - month treatment is too short to identify significant improvements in the performance of these skills.

Izvorni jezik

Znanstvena područja
Psihologija, Pedagogija


Kineziološki fakultet, Split

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