A study of comparison between rear and lookink glass model-demonstration condition on modeling of sequential gross movement task

Tadao Ishikura, Kimihiro Inomata
1994 Taiikugaku kenkyu (Japan Journal of Physical Education Health and Sport Sciences)  
The first purpose of the present study is to determine the effect of two different mod − el − demonstrations on modeting of a sequential gross 皿 ovement task・ The second one is to clarify the visual search differences between the two models in terms of eye 皿 evements during observation . Thirty two undergraduate students ( Male = 161 Fema } e = 16) were ran ・ d。 mly 、ssign ・d t... e ・f tw・ ・xperim ・nt ・l g ・ ・ up ・. 0 ・・ i・ ・ubjecti ・ ・ 9r ・・ p ( SG ) 一 ・bse・vi ・ g the model via VTR in the rear
more » ... via VTR in the rear angle of model , and the other is looking − glass group ( LGG > − observing the mode 且via VTR in the front angle of mOde 且that demonstrated oppOsitely on the right and left direction of the ヒ ask just like an image in the mirror . The dependent variab 且 es , A ) the number of model − demonstrations to recall sequential movements completely and B )frequency, angle , and direction of eye fixation movements . Thus , the location and time or eye fixation , and eye movement patterns during observatlon at the initlal and the final trial were emp 且 oyed , The results indicated as follows : ( 1)The subjective group showed significantly greater modeling effect in recalling the se ・ quential movements than the looking −・ glass group ・ ( 2)The visual search pattern of the subjective group was characterized by searching the moders back and the periphery of the body . On the other hand 、 the looking − glass group ' s search pattern concentrated on the mode 「s upper half of the body, exhibiting more eye movement variation and shorter eye fixation time than the subjective group .
doi:10.5432/jjpehss.kj00003391972 fatcat:ofh6c4ef75hzlmdyibdegj4k4e