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  Volume 5, Issue 1 (2-2023)  

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  • Creativity includes measures of fluency, flexibility, and originality and is important for learning motor skills.
  • Non-linear pedagogy leads to increased motor creativity and creative thinking in children.
  • Memory inhibition affects children's motor learning, and children with high memory inhibition are more successful in learning motor tasks.
  •  Cognitive thinking and motor creativity in children with high memory inhibition are more than in children with low memory inhibition.


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  • Hand-eye coordination is the key and foundation of fine motor skills in motor development.
  • The most widely used hand-eye coordination test is the Grooved Pegboard Test (GPT).
  • The most important factors in coordination are: person, environment and task.
  • Hand-eye coordination performance is more influenced by the cognitive aspect and information processing.


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  • Strong evidence reported executive function improvements with electronic gaming.
  • Moderate evidence supported electronic gaming for motor skills.
  • Moderate evidence supported electronic gaming for social and emotional health.
  • Positive caregiver and participant perceptions may enhance compliance.
  • Screen-time guidelines and caregiver involvement can offset potential harm.


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  • The errorless method reduces conscious process and cause the implicit memory formation.
  • In motor task (tow-step ball throwing), fatigue didn’t cause performance deterioration.
  • The errorless training method improves motor performance even under cognitive and physical fatigue conditions.


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  • The combined exercises (physical-psychological) may increase the sports performance scores in Kung Fu fighters.
  • Physical and psychological interventions also increase the bold behavior and its components score in Kung Fu fighters.
  • Psychological skills make the athlete feel progress and gain self-confidence during the competition.
  • Developing physical skills require practicing the part that needs strengthening to improve performance.



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