The Effect of Contextual Interference and Self-regulation on Transfer of Volleyball Services

Sepehr Ferdousi; Mahdi Shahbazi; Elahe Arabameri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 19 July 2023

  Introduction: The purpose of present study was to test the effect of contextual interference and self-regulation on the transfer of volleyball services (underhand and windmill service).Methods: Participants were 39 male students (20-25 years old) were randomly assigned to one of three groups (blocked, ...  Read More

The Effect of Systematic Incremental Contextual Interference on Learning Different Generalized Motor Program (Volleyball Service)

Saeed Nazari; Rasool Hemayattalab; Mahmood Sheikh; Morteza Homayounnia

Volume 7, Issue 4 , January 2016, , Pages 491-510

  This study aimed at investigating the effect of blocked, incremental systematic and random contextual interferences on acquisition, retention and transfer of volleyball skills based on changes in a generalized motor program. In fact, this study was conducted to answer this question that whether regular ...  Read More

The Relationship between Learning Styles (Convergent and Divergent) and the Effect of Random and Blocked Practices on the Learning of Badminton Serve Skills

Mohammad Taghi Aghdasi; Sima Abdolzadeh

Volume 7, Issue 1 , May 2015, , Pages 123-138

  The present study aimed at determining the relationship between learning styles and the effect of random and blocked practices on learning of badminton serve skills.  In this quasi-experimental study, 48 female high school students were randomly placed in four groups: 1. convergent learning style ...  Read More

The Effect of Contextual Interference and Type of Feedback Presentation (Self-Controlled and Yoked) on Different Stages of Parameter Index Acquisition in Children

Aioob Sabaghi; Naser Behpoor; Ali Heirani

Volume 6, Issue 1 , May 2014, , Pages 37-56

  This study aimed at investigating the effect of the type of feedback and practice on the acquisition of parameter index. For this purpose, 8 groups (each 12 subjects) were formed: constant practice group with self–controlled feedback, constant practice group with yoked feedback (yoked group), blocked ...  Read More

The Effects of Random and Blocked Practice with an Emphasis on the Changes in GMP and Parameter on Acquisition, Retention and Transfer of Table Tennis

Alireza Farsi; Behrooz Abdoli; Mohammadreza Gasemian

Volume 5, Issue 4 , January 2013, , Pages 5-23

    The aim of this study was to compare the effects of random and blocked practices with respect to the changes in generalized motor program (GMP) and parameter on acquisition, retention and transfer of table tennis service. For this purpose, 32 subjects were randomly assigned to four groups (8 ...  Read More