48 – Interview with Diane Ste-Marie, University of Ottawa, Observational Learning & Feedback

A discussion with Diane Ste-Marie, Professor in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa. Topics discussed include: why do athletes tend to perform better when they have control over the feedback they receive and when is self-controlled feedback ineffective? How do athletes use observation of themselves or others to acquire or improve sports skills and what factors should be taken into account when applying observational learning in sport?
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Observation interventions for motor skill learning and performance: An applied model for the use of observation

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