How does the study of motor behavior differ from the psychology of sport? 2. explain the differences between motor learning and motor control in the field of motor behavior. 3. why is the change in motor learning and motor control across the life span important? 4. think about the practice issues discussed in this chapter, such as feedback, retention, transfer, goal setting, and scheduling. choose a sport with which you are familiar and discuss how practice characteristics would influence your planning if you were a coach. pick a specific age group or performance level, such as high school, college, or professional coaching. 5. provide an example in which more difficult practice conditions result in better retention and transfer. why does that happen? how could you plan practices to promote these benefits?
individuals that make choices inside the budget constraint, allow them to save, but spending directly from the budget is what people do. basically they will get the most use out of their income. if they maximize money, will maximy utility too.