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Performance vs. learning curves: what is motor learning and how is it measured?

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Dubrowski, A. Performance vs. learning curves: what is motor learning and how is it measured?. Surg Endosc 19, 1290 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00464-004-8261-y

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Keywords

  • Learning Curve
  • Motor Performance
  • Performance Curve
  • Retention Test
  • Psychomotor Skill