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Definition Feedback is comments or information about the quality or success of something Feedback comes in two different ways - 1 Positive - this will encourage the performer and fill them with confidence and make them feel good in what they are doing 2 Negative - when this is given by constructive criticism this actually will give determination to the performer and encourage them to do things correctly but when harshly criticised for example spectators and the media this can make a performer feel low which will lose them confidence and hence them not performing as well as they can Here are the different types of feedback that can be given to the performer for example there is Intrinsic Feedback - this is sometimes referred to as internal or inherent feedback this type of feedback comes from within the performer from the propriceptors When a golfer swings at the ball they can feel the timing of the arm movement and the hip movement in conjunction with a perfect strike of the ball This is also referred to as kinesthetic feedback Extrinsic Feedback - sometimes referred to as external or augmented feedback this type of feedback is information received from outside the performer about the performance and is given and used to enhance augment the already received intrinsic feedback This is the type of feedback that is usually referred to in coaching and teaching it can however be received from team mates within the context of a game Performers usually receive this type of feedback by visual or auditory means for example the coach or teaches shows or explains why the success or failure has occurred Jonathan Cox Continuous Feedback - sometimes referred
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