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The Creative side of experimentation : personal perspectives from leading researchers in motor control, motor development, and sport psychology /
Conrad Wesley Snyder, Jr., Bruce Abernethy, editors.
Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics Publishers, c1992.
xi, 270 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics Publishers, c1992.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-262) and index.
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SciTech Book News, November 1992
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Table of Contents
About the Editors
Experimentation: An Introductionp. 1
Fundamentals of Experimentationp. 3
What Is an Experiment?p. 3
Contrasting Views on the Experimentation Processp. 7
Stages in the Experimentation Processp. 11
The Experimenter in the Experimentation Processp. 27
Autobiographies in Motor Learning and Controlp. 31
Franklin M. Henryp. 37
J.A. Scott Kelsop. 51
Robert N. Singerp. 65
H.T.A. (John) Whitingp. 79
Autobiographies in Motor Developmentp. 93
Jack F. Keoghp. 99
G. Lawrence Rarickp. 109
David A. Sugdenp. 125
Jerry R. Thomasp. 135
Autobiographies in Sport and Exercise Psychologyp. 149
Albert V. Carronp. 155
Robert M. Nidefferp. 165
Glyn C. Robertsp. 177
Brent S. Rushallp. 189
Experimentation in Action: Observations of Expert Experimentersp. 201
Expertise in Experimentation on Human Actionp. 203
Diversity in Human Action Experimenters and Experimentationp. 203
Similarities Among Human Action Experimentersp. 212
Referencesp. 227
Indexp. 263
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