Acquisition of a Psychomotor Skill Using Simulated-Task, Augmented Feedback (Evaluation of a Welding Training Simulator)
Interim rept. Jul 1973-Jul 1974
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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The investigation evaluates the effectiveness of simulated-task, augmented feedback on acquiring a physically complex, continuous three- dimensional psychomotor skill. Since the device designed to provide the feedback was an arc-welding training simulator, the study also evaluates its training effectiveness. Data from the study support the hypothesis that simulated-task, augmented feedback is significantly superior to that provided by the task itself.
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