The purpose of the study was to investigate the effect of videotape feedback on the ability to learn a motor skill.
For the most effective learning experience, a combination of sensory impressions is essential. It was hypothesized that videotape replay would help the learner to form a clear perception of performance requirements, and it seemed advisable to study the impact that the medium of television replay might have on learning a motor skill. This study was one approximation toward this end.
Level of Degree
Health, Exercise, and Sports Sciences
First Committee Member (Chair)
Harolds E. Kenney
Second Committee Member
Armond H. Seidler
Third Committee Member
James C. Moore
Sanders, J. W.. "The Effect of Video Feedback on Learning a Motor Skill." (1969). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/educ_hess_etds/109