Bibliografia Clássica


Sumário

01. Revisão histórica da área

02. Fases da aprendizagem motora

03. Teorias clássicas de aprendizagem motora e controle motor

04. Teoria de esquema

05. Conhecimento de resultados

06. Interferência contextual

07. Demonstração e modelação

08. Teoria da ação/sistemas dinâmicos

09. Prática mental

10. Especificidade da aprendizagem

11. Integração sensório-motora

12. Programação motora

13. Timing relativo

14. Estabelecimento de metas

15 Expertise motor

16. Antecipação e timing

1. Revisão histórica da área

ADAMS, J.A. (1987). Historical review and appraisal of research on the learning, retention, and transfer of human motor skills. Psychological Bulletin, 101, 41-74.

ANNET, J. (1985). Motor learning: a review. In H. HEUER, U. KLEINBECK & K.H. SCHMIDT (Eds.), Motor behavior: programming, control, and acquisition. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

BILODEAU, E.A. & BILODEAU, I.M. (1961). Motor skills learning. Annual Review of Psychology, 12, 243-280.

GLENCROSS, D.J. (1992). Human skill and motor learning: a critical review. Sport Sciences Reviews, 1, 65-78.

IRION, A.L. (1960). A brief history of research on the acquisition of skill. In E.A. BILODEAU (Ed.), The acquisition of skill. New York: Academic Press.

NEWELL, K.M. (1991). Motor skill acquisition. Annual Review of Psychology, 42, 213-237.

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 2. Fases da aprendizagem motora

 ADAMS, J.A. (1971). A closed-loop theory of motor learning. Journal of Motor Behavior, 3, 111-150.

FITTS, P.M. (1964). Perceptual-motor skill learning. In A.W. MELTON (Ed.), Readings in human performance. London: Lepus Books.

FITTS, P.M. (1965). Factors in complex skill training. In R. GLASER (Ed.), Training research and education. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

GENTILE, A.M. (1972). A working model of skill acquisition with application to teaching. Quest, 17, 3-23.

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 3. Teorias clássicas de aprendizagem motora e controle motor

 ADAMS, J.A. (1971). A closed-loop theory of motor learning. Journal of Motor Behavior, 3, 111-150.

ADAMS, J.A. (1976). Issues for a closed-loop theory of motor learning. In G.E. STELMACH (Ed.), Motor control: issues and trends. New York: Academic Press.

KEELE, S.W. (1968). Movement control in skilled motor performance. Psychological Bulletin, 70, 387-403.

KEELE, S.W. (1981). Behavioral analysis of movement. In V.B. BROOKS (Ed.) Handbook of physiology: the nervous system. Volume 2. Motor control. Baltimore: American Physiological Society.

PEW, R.W. (1970). Toward a process-oriented theory of human skilled performance. Journal of Motor Behavior, 2, 8-24.

SCHMIDT, R.A. (1975). A schema theory of discrete motor skill learning. Psychological Review, 82, 225-260.

TURVEY, M.T. (1977). Preliminaries to a theory of action with reference to vision. In R. SHAW & J. BRANSFORD (Eds.), Perceiving, acting, and knowing. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

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  4. Teoria de esquema

 SCHMIDT, R.A. (1975). A schema theory of discrete motor skill learning. Psychological Review, 82, 225-260.

SCHMIDT, R.A. (1982). The schema concept. In J.A.S. KELSO (Ed.), Human motor behavior: an introduction. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

SHAPIRO, D.C. & SCHMIDT, R.A. (1982). The schema theory: recent evidence and developmental implications. In J.A.S. KELSO & J.E. CLARK (Eds.), The developmental of movement control and coordination. New York: Wiley.

Van ROSSUM, J.H.A. (1990). Schmidt's schema theory: the empirical base of the variability of practice hyphotesis. Human Movement Science, 9, 387-435.

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5. Conhecimento de resultados

 

ADAMS, J.A. (1978). Theoretical issues for knowledge of results. In G.E. STELMACH (Ed.), Information processing in motor control and learning. New York: Academic Press.

BILODEAU, I.M. (1969). Information feedback. In E.A. BILODEAU (Ed.), Principles of skill acquisition. New York: Academic Press.

NEWELL, K.M. (1974). Knowledge of results and motor learning. Journal of Motor Behavior, 6, 235-244.

NEWELL, K.M. (1977). Knowledge of results and motor learning. In J. KEOGH & R.S. HUTTON (Eds.), Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, Volume 4. Santa Barbara, California: Journal Publishing Affiliates.

SALMONI, A.W., SCHMIDT, R.A. & WALTER, C.B. (1984). Knowledge of results and motor learning: a review and critical reappraisal. Psychological Bulletin, 95, 355-386.

SWINNEN, S.P. (1996). Information feedback for motor skill learning: a review. In H.N. ZELAZNIK (Ed.), Advances in motor learning and control. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics. 

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6. Interferência contextual

BATTIG, W.F. (1979). The flexibility of human memory. In L.S. CERMAK & F.I.M. CRAIK (Eds), Levels of processing in human memory. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erbaum.

BRADY, F. (1998). A theorical and empirical review of the contextual interference effect and the learning of motor skills. Quest, 50, 266-293.

LEE, T.D. & MAGILL, R.A. (1983). The locus of contextual interference in motor-skill acquisition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 9, 730-746.

MAGILL, R.A. & HALL, K.G. (1990). A review of the contextual interference effect in motor skill acquisition. Human Movement Science, 9, 241-289.

SHEA, J.B. & MORGAN, R.L. (1979). Contextual interference effects on the acquisition, retention and transfer of a motor skill. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 5, 179-187.

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7. Demonstração e modelação

 

McCULLAGH, P., WEISS, M. & ROSS, D. (1989). Modeling consideration in motor skill acquisition and performance: an integrated approach. In K. PANDOLF (Ed.), Exercise and Sport Sciences Review. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.

WEISS, M. (1983). Modeling and motor performance: a developmental perspective. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 54, 190-197.

WILLIAMS, J.G. (1986). Perceiving human movement: a review of research with implications for the use of the demonstration during motor learning. Physical Education Review, 9, 53-58.

 McCULLAGH, P., WEISS, M. (1993). Modeling consideration in motor skill acquisition and performance: an integrated approach. In R.N. SINGER, M. MURPHEY & L.K. TENNANT (Eds.), Handbook of research on sport psychology. New York: MacMillian.

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8. Teoria da ação/sistemas dinâmicos

 ABERNETHY, B. & SPARROW, W.A. (1992). The rise and fall of dominant paradigms in motor behavior research. In J.J. SUMMERS (Ed), Approaches to the study of motor control and learning. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

BEEK,P.J., PIPER, C.E. & STEGEMAN, D.F. (1995) Dynamical models of movement coordination. Human Movement Science, 14, 573-608.

BEEK, P.J. & MEIJER, O.G. (1988). On the nature of the motor-action controversy. In O.G. MEIJER & K. ROTH (Eds.), Complex movement behaviour: the motor-action controversy. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

BERNSTEIN, N. (1967). The co-ordination and regulation of movements. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

GREENE, P.H. (1972). Problems of organization of motor systems. In R. ROSEN & F.M. SNELL (Eds.), Progress in theoretical biology, Volume 2. New York: Academic Press.

KELSO, J.A.S., SOUTHARD, D.L. & GOODMAN, D. (1979). On the nature of human interlimb coordination. Science, 203, 1029-1031.

KUGLER, P.N., KELSO, J.A.S. & TURVEY, M.T. (1980). On the concept of coordinative structures as dissipative structures: theoretical lines of convergence. In: G.E. STELMACH & J. REQUIN (Eds.), Tutorials in motor behavior. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

KUGLER, P.N., KELSO, J.A.S. & TURVEY, M.T. (1982). On the control and co-ordination of naturally developing systems. In J.A.S. KELSO & J.E. CLARK (Eds.), The development of movement control and co-ordination. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

MICHAELS, C. & BEEK, P. (1995). The state of ecological psychology. Ecological Psychology, 7, 259-278.

REED, E.S. (1982). An outline of a theory of action systems. Journal of Motor Behavior, 14, 98-134.

SUMMERS, J.J. (1992). Movement behaviour: a field in crisis? In J.J. SUMMERS (Ed.), Approaches to the study of motor control and learning. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

SUMMERS, J. J. (1998). Has ecological psychology delivered what it promised? In J.P. PICK (Ed.), Motor behavior and human skill: a multidisciplinary approach. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics.

TURVEY, M.T. (1977). Preliminaries to a theory of action with reference to vision. In: R. SHAW & J. BRANSFORD (Eds.), Perceiving, acting and knowing: toward an ecological psychology. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

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9. Prática mental

 

FELTZ, D. & LANDERS, D. (1983). The effects of mental practice on motor skill learning and performance: a meta-analysis. Journal of Sport Psychology, 5, 25-57.

KOHL, R.M., ELLIS, S.D. & ROENKER, D.L. Alternating actual and imagery practice: preliminary theoretical considerations. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 63, 162-170.

RICHARDSON, A. (1967). Mental practice: a review and discussion I. Research Quarterly, 38, 95-107.

RICHARDSON, A. (1967). Mental practice: a review and discussion II. Research Quarterly, 38, 263-273.

WEINBERG, R.S. (1982). The relationship of mental preparation strategies and motor performance: a review and critique. Quest, 33, 195-213.

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10. Especificidade da aprendizagem

 

HENRY, F.M. (1968). Specificity vs. generality in learning motor skill. In R.C. BROWN & G.S. KENYON (Eds.), Classical studies on physical activity. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.

 

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11. Integração sensório-motora

 

LEE, D.N. (1976) A theory of visual control of braking based in information about time-to-collision. Perception, 5, 437-459.

LEE, D.N. (1980) Visuo-motor coordination in space-time. In G.E. STELMACH & J. REQUIN (Eds.), Tutorials in motor behavior. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

LEE, D.N. & YOUNG, D.S. (1985) Visual timing of interceptive action. In D. INGLE, M. JEANEROD & D.N. LEE (Eds.), Brain mechanisms and spatial vision. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff.

 

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12. Programação motora

 

BROOKS, V.B. (1979). Motor programs revisited. In  R.E. TALBOT & D.R. HUMPHREY (Eds.), Posture and movement. New York: Raven Press.

GLENCROSS, D.J. (1977). The control of skilled movements. Psychological Bulletin, 84, 14-29.

GLENCROSS, D.J. (1980). Levels and strategies of response organization. In G.E. STELMACH & J. REQUIN (Eds.), Tutorials in motor behavior. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

GREENE, P.H. (1972). Problems of organization of motor systems. In R. ROSEN & F.M. SNELL (Eds.), Progress in theoretical biology, Volume 2. New York: Academic Press.

HENRY, F.M. & ROGERS, D.E. (1960). Increased response latency for complicated movements and a “memory drum" theory of neuromotor reaction. Research Quarterly, 31, 448-458.

KEELE, S.W. (1968). Movement control in skilled motor performance. Psychological Bulletin, 70, 6, 387-403.

KEELE, S.W. (1981). Behavioral analysis of movement. In V.B. BROOKS (Ed.), Handbook of physiology: the nervous system. Volume 2. Motor control. Baltimore: American Physiological Society.

KEELE, S.W., COHEN, A. & IVRY, R. (1990). Motor programs: concepts and issues. In M. JEANNEROD (Ed.), Attention and performance XIII. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

KEELE, S.W. & SUMMERS, J.J. (1976). The structure of motor programs. In G.E. Stelmach (Ed.), Motor control: issues and trends. New York: Academic Press.

KLAPP, S.T. (1977). Reaction time analysis of programmed control. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 5, 231-253.

KLAPP, S.T. (1980). The memory drum theory after twenty years: comments on Henry's note. Journal of Motor Behavior, 12, 169-171.

LASHLEY, K.S. (1917).The accuracy of movement in the absence of excitation from the moving organ. The American Journal of Psychology, 43, 169-194.

LASHLEY, K.S. (1951). The problem of serial order in behavior. In L. JEFFRESS (Ed.), Cerebral mechanisms in behavior. New York: Interscience.

ROSENBAUM, D. (1985). Motor programming: a review and scheduling theory. In H. HEUER, U. KLEINBECK & SCHMIDT K.H. (Eds.), Motor behavior: programming, control, and acquisition. Berlim: Springer-Verlag.

WRIGHT, C.A. (1990). Generalized motor program: reexamining claims of effector independence in writing. In M. JEANNEROD (Ed.), Attention and performance XIII. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

SCHMIDT, R.A. (1976). Control processes in motor skills. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 4, 229-261.

SCHMIDT, R.A. (1980). Past and future issues in motor programming. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 51, 122-140.

SCHMIDT, R.A. (1985). The search of invariance in skilled movement behavior. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 56, 188-200.

STELMACH, G.E. & DIGGLES, V.A. (1982). Control theories in motor behavior. Acta Psychologica, 50, 83-105.

SUMMERS, J.J. (1989). Motor programs. In D.H. HOLDING (Ed.), Human skills (2nd. ed.). Chichester: Wiley.

TURVEY, M.T. (1977). Preliminaries to a theory of action with reference to vision. In R. SHAW & J. BRANSFORD (Eds.), Perceiving, acting and knowing. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

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13. Timing relativo

 

GENTNER, D.R. (1985). Skilled performance at variable rates: a composite view of motor control (Tech. Rep. CHIP 124). San Diego: University of California, Center for Human Information Processing.

GENTNER, D.R. (1987). Timing of skilled motor performance: tests of the proportional duration model. Psychological Review, 94, 255-276.

HEUER, H. (1991). Invariant relative timing in motor program theory. In J. FAGARD & P.H. WOLFF (Eds.), The development of timing control and temporal organization in coordinated action. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

 

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14. Estabelecimento de metas

 

BURTON, D. (1993). Goal setting in sport. In R.N. SINGER, M. MURPHEY & L.K. TENNANT (Eds.), Handbook of research on sport psychology. New York: MacMillian.

BURTON, D. (1992). The Jekyl/Hyde nature of goals: reconceptualizing goal setting in sport. In T.S. HORN (Ed.), Advances in sport psychology. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics.

LOCKE, E.A. & LATHAM, G.P. (1985). The application of goal setting to sports. Journal of Sport Psychology, 7, 205-222.

 

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15 Expertise motor

 

ABBERNETHY, BURGUESS-ZIMERICK & PARKS (1994). Contrasting approaches to the study of motor expertise. Quest, 46, 186-198.

STARKES (1993). Motor experts: opening thoughts. In J.L. STARKES & F. ALLARD (Eds.), Cognitive issues in motor expertise. Amsterdam: Noth-Holland.

WILLIAMS & DAVIDS (1995). Declarative knowledge is sport: a by-product of experience or a characteristic of expertise? Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 17, 259-275.

 

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16. Antecipação e timing

 

POULTON E.C. (1957). On prediction in skilled movements. Psychological Bulletin, 54, 467-468.

CONRAD, R. (1955). Timing. Occupational Psychology, 29, 173-181.

CONRAD, R. (1956). The timing of signals in skill. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 51, 365-370.

KEELE, S.W. (1987). Sequencing and timing in skilled perception and action: an overview. In A. ALLPORT, D.G. MacKAY & W. PRINZ (Eds.), Language perception and production: relationships between listening, speaking, reading, and writing. London: Academic Press.

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