Type of Document Dissertation Author Rowland, Amy Lee URN etd-08162004-193008 Title Videotaped Modeling with and without Verbal Cues Degree PhD Department Curriculum and Instruction Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Stratton, Richard K. Committee Chair Krouscas, James A. Jr. Committee Member Moore, David Michael Committee Member Poole, Jon R. Committee Member Redican, Kerry J. Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 2004-08-11 Availability unrestricted AbstractThe purpose of this study was to investigate the use of videotaped modeling of a tennis skill with and without verbal cues. Eighteen female players from two NCAA Division III colleges served as the subjects for the study. The players were randomly assigned to one of two groups. Both of the groups viewed a modeling videotape which contained a 56-second clip of a female professional hitting forehand groundstrokes looped seven times. Group One's tape included verbal cues on balance, posture, and contact point. Group Two's tape did not contain verbal cues. Both of the groups were pre-tested on power, performance, trait confidence, and state confidence before viewing the modeling tape six times. Then they were post-tested on the same measures and given a qualitative questionnaire. They were also asked a follow-up question in interview format. The qualitative analyses revealed that Group 2 subjects were unable to articulate the concepts of balance, posture and contact point as well as Group 1. Group 1 was better able to articulate these concepts with a higher percentage of participants answering the qualitative questionnaire consistent with the relevant verbal cues for balance, posture, and contact point. The results of this study indicate that tennis coaches should consider adding verbal cues when using videotaped modeling to enhance its effectiveness.
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