BIO Web of Conferences 1
, 00083 (2011)
Evaluation of multimodal feedback effects on improving rowing competencies
Yifat Shorr*, Alessandro Filippeschi†, Daniel Gopher*, Emanuele Ruffaldi† and Maria Korman*
Technion, Haifa, Israel
Scuola Superiore S.Anna, Pisa, Italy
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This study focused on the selection and preliminary evaluation of different types of modal and information feedback in virtual environment to facilitate acquisition and transfer of a complex motor-cognitive skill of rowing. Specifically, we addressed the effectiveness of immediate information feedback provided visually as compared to sensory haptic feedback on the improvement in hands kinematics and changes in cognitive load during the course of learning the basic rowing technique. Several pilot experiments described in this report lead to the evaluation and optimization of the training protocol, to enhance facilitatory effects of adding visual and haptic feedback during training.
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