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|Title:||Knowledge of results and explicit instruction : Efficiency of learning the crawl stroke in swimming||Authors:||Rouhana, Joelle
|Affiliations:||Department of Physical Education||Issue Date:||2002||Part of:||Perceptual and motor skills journal||Volume:||95||Issue:||3||Start page:||895||End page:||896||Abstract:||
Specific verbal instructions when added to simple knowledge of results during learning the crawl stroke by 4 adult novices was followed after 1 mo. of no practice by a higher index of swimming than observed for 4 novices given only the qualitative knowledge of results.
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