Explain The Three Stages Of Motor Learning

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What are the 3 stages of motor learning?
Paul Fitts (1964; Fitts & Posner, 1967) has proposed three stages for the motor skill learning Cognitive stage, Associate Stage, Autonomous Stage. Motor learning is indoor processes linked with practice or experience leading to relatively constant changes in the ability for skilled behavior. When there is a complex process in the brain happens if the brain response practice or experience of a certain skill resulting in changes in the central nervous system which can make a new motor skill.

1. Cognitive stage: cognitive stage is the first stage of motor learning. At this time the movements are very slow. The learner must find where is his weakness in that skill and start. The goal of this stage is to improve the skill. In this stage the learner will watch how its done and try it themselves. For example: when i was child my walking looked a bit awkward and i use to make mistakes while i am walking few times. i learned how to walk when i saw people walking around me. i tried it, so i can get what they are doing so i can do the same and i begin to understand how to do it.
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1. I need to practice more batting, flieding, backstop, pitching and raining if i do each of theses for 3 hours per week i think i will be able to move to the next stage.
2. i need to watch more professionals players do it and should see how is there movements and they do it because most of them do it by the right way.
3. focus on my weakness on softball
4. need to put more effort while playing
5. try to get someone professional and teach you.
6. don’t give up

1. Why did you, or did you not move through stages? what could you have done to correct this? i did not move from my stage because i have not but a lot of effort on my work and most that time i play i always being lazy. i could have practiced more playing softball try to do some more complex skills and but more effort on my

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