Measuring teaching: the ideo-motor transfer


  • Davide Sestagalli Pensa MultiMedia Editore
  • Roberto Codella
  • Antonio La Torre
  • Nicola Lovecchio




The visuospatial analysis is important to define the movement of people/objects: especially when the trajectory of a throw is performed. This action could be assessed assuming the reaction time as a predictor of good spatialtemporal analysis. Furthermore, it becomes of interest to define if this skill could be improved in a specific situation to gain efficiency, also, in other context: motor transfer. The aim of the study was to evaluate if two different methods of sport practice had the same effect on reaction time. In particular, closed circuit and open circuit procedures defined the management of the exercise. In both groups significant improvements were obtained in the reaction time demonstrating the effectiveness of the approaches in the context of motor transfer.



How to Cite

Sestagalli, D., Codella, R., La Torre, A., & Lovecchio, N. (2019). Measuring teaching: the ideo-motor transfer. Formazione & Insegnamento, 17(3), 401–407.

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