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Apprentissage implicite de régularités : Mise en évidence d'une différence d'apprentissage entre tâches motrices continues et discrètes

Abstract : This research is concerned with the implicit learning of regularities in continuous motor tasks (e.g., tracking tasks) and discrete tasks (e.g., Serial Reaction Time tasks). First, a reanalysis of Wulf and collaborator's studies, dealing with implicit motor learning, made it possible to highlight methodological problems and potential biases that provide alternative explanations for the apparent implicit learning obtained in their continuous tracking experiments. Indeed, by respecting a more rigorous methodology, it appears that it is quite difficult to obtain such learning in a continuous task. This led us to try to understand why it was easier to draw benefit from a repetition in a discrete task than in a continuous task. To this end, a traditional SRT task was modified (new input device, precision constraint, autonomous and continuous displacement of the target). The goal was to make this discrete task as similar as possible to a continuous task to investigate whether the implicit learning continued to appear with such modifications. The obtained results do not provide a complete explanation of learning differences between continuous tasks and discrete tasks. Nevertheless, this thesis has provided an important contribution by delimiting the situations in which learning is possible. This work also constitutes a contribution to the limited literature on the implicit motor learning and enriches the "discrete/continuous" debate, by opening up new possibilities for research.
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Stéphanie Chambaron Ginhac. Apprentissage implicite de régularités : Mise en évidence d'une différence d'apprentissage entre tâches motrices continues et discrètes. domain_other. Université de Bourgogne, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00011184⟩

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