The Influence Of Two Schedules Of Mental Practice On The Performance Of A Gross Motor Skill

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Kevin Gillotti
M.A. Physical Education, Sports Psychology
S.D.S.U. May 27, 2000

Statement of Problem

The purpose of the present study was to determine if two schedules of mental practice frequency (one-a-day or five-a-day), independent of any physical practice, will significantly improve performance of a gross motor skill task in comparison to a control. Additionally, the purpose was to determine if one of the two schedules of mental practice improves task performance to a greater extent than the other.