Acquisition of a Complex Basketball-Dribbling Task in School Children as a Function of Bilateral Practice Order

Stoeckel T, Weigelt M, Krug J (2011)
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 82(2): 188-197.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
The purpose of this study was to investigate order-of-practice effects for the acquisition of a complex basketball skill in a bilateral transfer paradigm. The task required participants to dribble as fast as possible in slalom-like movements across six javelins and return to the initial position. Fifty-two right-handed school children (M age = 11.7 years) practiced this skill in eight sessions over 4 weeks under one of two training schedules: (a) with the dominant hand, before changing to their nondominant hand (D-ND group), or (b) with the nondominant hand, before changing to the dominant hand (ND-D group). All tests were conducted with the right hand or the left hand only, and a transfer test was given with both hands alternating The results of a retention test yielded significantly larger learning gains for the ND-D group as compared to the D-ND group. It is interesting that this performance advantage was independent of the respective hand tested. The same pattern of result was found in the transfer test, with significantly shorter movement times for the ND-D group with both hands alternating Such order-of-practice effects for the acquisition of complex skills can be explained with hemispheric brain asymmetries for the processing of specific task requirements.
Stichworte
early motor learning; hemispheric specialization; intermanual transfer
Erscheinungsjahr
2011
Zeitschriftentitel
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
Band
82
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
188-197
ISSN
0270-1367
eISSN
2168-3824
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2289469

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Stoeckel T, Weigelt M, Krug J. Acquisition of a Complex Basketball-Dribbling Task in School Children as a Function of Bilateral Practice Order. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 2011;82(2):188-197.
Stoeckel, T., Weigelt, M., & Krug, J. (2011). Acquisition of a Complex Basketball-Dribbling Task in School Children as a Function of Bilateral Practice Order. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 82(2), 188-197. doi:10.1080/02701367.2011.10599746
Stoeckel, T., Weigelt, M., and Krug, J. (2011). Acquisition of a Complex Basketball-Dribbling Task in School Children as a Function of Bilateral Practice Order. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 82, 188-197.
Stoeckel, T., Weigelt, M., & Krug, J., 2011. Acquisition of a Complex Basketball-Dribbling Task in School Children as a Function of Bilateral Practice Order. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 82(2), p 188-197.
T. Stoeckel, M. Weigelt, and J. Krug, “Acquisition of a Complex Basketball-Dribbling Task in School Children as a Function of Bilateral Practice Order”, Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, vol. 82, 2011, pp. 188-197.
Stoeckel, T., Weigelt, M., Krug, J.: Acquisition of a Complex Basketball-Dribbling Task in School Children as a Function of Bilateral Practice Order. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 82, 188-197 (2011).
Stoeckel, Tino, Weigelt, Matthias, and Krug, Juergen. “Acquisition of a Complex Basketball-Dribbling Task in School Children as a Function of Bilateral Practice Order”. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 82.2 (2011): 188-197.

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