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Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Social Science and Education Reform (ICSSER 2018)
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of the error direction judgment on the motor performance and learning in the non-self-controlled conditions. 20 normal college students were randomly divided into Group WK and Group XD, with 10 participants (5 men and women in each group), and the force control motor of slider pushing and slipping was the experimental work. The correct practice of judging error direction, the error value of motor performance and the subjective estimation ofdoi:10.2991/icsser-18.2018.33 fatcat:gdfljl3tg5a3jfq6z5yr7c53fi