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Rabu, 23 Januari 2008

[Supertraining] Re: Can the fastest movement be more spatially accurate than a slightly slower one?

Quoting Keith Hobman <>:

I have the text and I understood it this way.
Speed/accuracy tradeoff holds. The faster you try and move the less
accuracy you have.

And here is the qouting from Schmidt's book:
"<b>This finding is contrary to</b> the strict view of the speed-
accuracy trade-off, in which faster movements are always less
spatially accurate".

So Schmidt is writing that after you move faster than 70% - and it's
not a heavy object - but a stick - you are more accurate. (I
returned the book, but it was about page 140.)

Keith Hobman wrote:
"We are not talking about an aiming task. We are talking about a
motor skill."

I can not follow the logic here??? Isn't a aiming task a motor skill?

Hannu Leinonen
Jyväskylä, Finland

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