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3 fields of motor behavior
learning
control
development

Learning
acquisition of skilled movement

Key word: Practice

Control
Mechanisms at present moment; focus is the here and now
Developement
movement changes across lifespan
Fundamental concepts
movement is intrinsic to humans

lifespan perspective

Age related not age deteremined

Persistence in activity wis mediated by achievement









developing embryo always moves
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WHY STUDY MOTOR BEHAVIOR
LACK OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IS A MAJORY HEALTH FACTO

ACHIEVE MOTOR SKILLS YOU WILL PERSIST IN AN ACTIVITY= SKILLS LAST FOREVER TEACH YOUNG

FOUR DOMAINS
MOTOR COGNITIVE AFFECTIVE & PHYSICAL ARE INTERRELATED
NEONATE
BIRTH - 22 DAY
INFANCY
BIRTH - 1 YR
CHILDHOOD
1- 18/20 YEARS
ADOLESCENCE
GIRLS 8/10 TO 18

BOYS 10/12 TO 20

CESSATION OF GROWTH
CEASING TO GROW
YOUNG ADULTHOOD
18-40
MIDDLE ADULTHOOD
40-60
LATE ADULTHOOD
60 +
Information processing/Maturation model
based solely on brain

as it develops so does motor skills

Dynamical systems model
Indivdual constrains
enviromental constrains
task- ex rules

4 periods
precusor- darwin (natural selection & babies)
Maturation- biological matuaration determined development Mcgraw
Normative/ descriptive- standardized testing
Process- oriented- how to


Piaget cognitive development
1. Sensimotor
2 Preoperational
Concrete operational
Formal operational


Sensomotor
Birth- 2 years
thinking with body
builds memor, and helps relate to cause and effect situations



Preoperational stage
2-8
Reasoning and language dev
cant tell conservation
transductive reasonign ex if a cause b; this will always happen or four leged animal is dog, and even if cat its a dog


socialization
process of intergrating into a certian world
means of socialization
1. observation
2. inference- thinking about the game
3. modeling
4. trial and erro
5 social interaction

if can socialize your good if not you probably wont last in a sport





1role of significant others

role of expectations

1 influence from parents, peers, coaches

2 culture individual or team
stereotypes gender roles




guys agressive girls should not be
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social influences periods
infancy
-attachement caregiver
-family critical for survival

childhood(elem)





social influences
infancy
-attachement caregiver
-family critical for survival

childhood(elem)
-play

Late childhood
- peer groups.. team play







Significant influences for races/genders
Fathers involvment strongest predictor

White boys: peers and fathers

White girls: teachers and mothers

Black boys: peers

Black girls: teachers and sisters









self worth
1.Physical Appearance & 2.Social Acceptance contribute the most to SW

(apearance= strength)

by 3-4 evident



No workout
Work (Employment)
Change in civil status
Marriage or having long-term relationship
Having children

Other Factors:
Ageism: “You’re too old to ….”
Exercise-Aging cycle
Retirement









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