Effects of feedback on elite / non-elite rugby league players using a hand notion system
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Augmented feedback is considered to be effective in skill learning and improving performance, (Schmidt, 1982: Magill, 1993) however, in a sporting context only a limited amount of data has been produced. Such studies (Brown & Hughes, 1994~ Murray et al, 1998~ Price 2001) have all compared the effects of feedback on different levels of performers, yet rugby league literature, primarily by Larder (1988) is minimal. Stephenson (1996) stating "research into many aspects of rugby league is extremely limited" Therefore the need for further analysis was evident and so the study was aimed to contribute to the development of this area. The very complexity of rugby league demands we should study it well, (Scott and Mclean 1955).
BSc (Hons) Sport, P.E. and Recreation