motor learning

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motor learning

[′mōd·ər ‚lərn·iŋ]
(psychology)
In animals or humans, learning to perform some motor task in response to a given event or stimulus.
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In short, if your brain can rely on your short-term motor memory to handle memorizing a single motor task, then it will do so, failing to engage your long-term memory in the process.
What does this simplified description of motor memory mean in practical terms?
In this zone, Hicks subconsciously reverted to motor memory.
This approach leverages the proven effectiveness of multi-sensory teaching techniques, combining video analysis and physical training to instill motor memory and auditory cues that provide instant biofeedback reinforcement.