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            Used to teach new and more complicated skills: Part method.
             Gives information about the quality of the skill execution: Delayed feedback.
             Given during skill execution: Knowledge of results.
             Virtually no disagreement amongst the judges: Objective.
             Relies on the emotions of a judge: Subjective.
             Curve displaying relationship between arousal and performance: Inverted U.
             Chance for "perfect practice": Mental Rehearsal.
             Practice stage of skill acquisition: Associative.
             Automatic stage of skill acquisition: Autonomous.
             Goals related to an athletes desired level of success: Performance goals.
             Amount of blood pumped out by each heart beat: Stroke Volume.
             Causes fatigue in anaerobic glycolysis: Lactic acid.
             Fuel for the ATP-PC system: Phosphso- creatine.
             When heat produced = heat lost: Heat balance.
             Executed in unstable environments: Open skill.
             Rapid DEcrease in body temperature: HyPOthermia.
             Rapid increase in body temperature: HyPERthermia.
             Thermometer located in brain: Hypothalamus.
             Section of blood that carries oxygen: Hameoglobin.
             Increase in size of arterioles under skin: VasoDIlation.
             Decrease in size of arterioles under the skin: VasoCONstriction.
             Mineral which causes lethargy when deficient: Iron.
             Carbohydrates are stored as these: Glycogen.
             Gives information on how successfully a skill was performed: Knowledge of performance.
             Upper most level of training: Anaerobic threshold.
             Lowest level of exercise which benefits can be gained: Aerobic threshold.
             Received through body senses: Internal feedback.
             Motivated by fear of punishment: Negative motivation.
             Technique of loading muscles with glycogen: Carbohydrate loading.
             First stage of skill acquisition: Cognitive.
             Can produce the desired movement repeatedly: Consistency.
             Example of material reinforcement: Trophy.
             Precise, exact movements using small muscle groups: Fine motor skills.
             Derived from external forces e.g. crowd: External feedback.
             Sweating: Evaporation.
             A test will get the same results under the same conditions: Reliability.

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