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Comparison of effect of skilled, non-skilled and point-light technique model on learning and performance of basketball shot. Research in Sport Management and Motor Behavior. 2014; 4 (7) :17-27
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The aim of this study was to compare the effectiveness of three modeling skilled, non-skilled and point light in performance and learning of basketball shot skill. Among novice girls who participant in educational classes of basketball, 30 persons participated voluntarily and administrated randomly in three groups (skilled, non-skilled and point light modeling technique). After pre-test, Participants trained the skill, 30 trials for each four sessions (120 trials). The ten lasting trials of fourth session were considered as acquisition test. Retention test after 48 hours and transfer test were implemented with background variation. Information about performance accuracy of participants was measured base on Zacheri et al. (2005). The results of the tests were analyzed by ANOVA, repeated measures (3*3), and LSD post hoc test (&alpha=0.05).results showned that modeling method were significant different effects on performance and learning of three goups participants (F=3.079, P=0.023), non skilled modeling from point light modeling in acquisition test (p=0.007) and non skilled modeling from point light and skilled modeling in retention and transfer tests had better performance significantly (P<0.05). the results of this study recommended, non skilled modeling have greater effectiveness compared with skilled and point light modeling.
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Published: 2014/08/15

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