Conscious and effortful or effortless and automatic: A practice/performance paradox in motor learning

Perceptual and Motor Skills 99 (1):315-324 (2004)

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Keywords *Cognitive Processes  *Motor Performance  *Perceptual Motor Learning  *Practice
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