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These processes together are often referred to as working memory. Once a decision has been taken of what action to make, the CNS has to organize the movement (Efferent Organization). The information, concerning movement organization, is sent from the CNS to the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS), so that the movement can take place. Once we start to move, we 16 SKILL, ABILITY AND PERFORMANCE begin to process feedback. Feedback can be information about the nature of our movements. 4, this is depicted by the bottom feedback arrow.
Therefore, we must somehow blot out attention to irrelevant stimuli. The ﬁrst person to attempt to explain how this occurs was Donald Broadbent (1958). Broadbent said that all information enters the STM, but that we only attend to selected stimuli. In other words, only selected information is compared to information stored in LTM. 4). , if a stimulus is not selected, it will not pass through the ﬁlter and so will not be attended to. Ann Treisman (1964) pointed out that this is not always the case.
Brit J Teaching Phys Educ 33: 6–8; 25 2 Perception Learning Objectives By the end of this chapter, you should be able to r understand what is meant by indirect or inferred perception r explain how Information Processing theorists explain perception, with particular reference to r Signal Detection Theory r nature and role of selective attention r nature and role of visual search r how individual differences affect perception r understand what is meant by direct perception r have a basic knowledge of how ecological psychologists explain perception, including r r nature and importance of affordances r how perception and action interact to detect affordances understand the main criticisms of Information Processing and ecological psychology theories with regard to perception Acquisition and Performance of Sports Skills T.