x
Info
x
Warning
x
Danger
 / 
 / 
 / 
11.The procedure in which a film simulation of a skilled

Question : 11.The procedure in which a film simulation of a skilled : 2106764

11.The procedure in which a film simulation of a skilled performance is stopped and the person is asked to indicate the outcome of the performance is known as the:

A. Event occlusion procedure

B. Temporal occlusion procedure

C. Anticipation timing procedure

D. Perturbation procedure

12.The procedure in which a person's body parts are masked on film or video frames so that they cannot be seen by an observer is known as the:

A. Event occlusion procedure

B. Temporal occlusion procedure

C. Anticipation timing procedure

D. Perturbation procedure

13.Although people can use monocular vision to reach and pick up objects, movement accuracy and efficiency decrease as the:

A. Size of the object decreases

B. Size of the object increases

C. Distance to the object decreases

D. Distance to the object increases

14.When you move your arm to reach and grasp a bottle of water that is in front of you on a table, which of the following parts of the movement would be affected if you did not have peripheral vision available?

A. Movement preparation

B. Reaching for the bottle

C. Grasping the bottle

D. Reaching for and grasping the bottle

 

 

Solution
5 (1 Ratings )

Solved
Mechanical Engineering 1 Year Ago 158 Views
This Question has Been Answered!

Related Answers
Unlimited Access Free
Explore More than 2 Million+
  • Textbook Solutions
  • Flashcards
  • Homework Answers
  • Documents
Signup for Instant Access!
Ask an Expert
Our Experts can answer your tough homework and study questions
321 Mechanical Engineering Questions Answered!
Post a Question