Charles B. Black, Ph.D.

2004 Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
Physical Education, Cognitive Psychology
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David L. Wright grad student 2004 Texas A & M
 (The effect of task structure, practice schedule, and model type on the learning of relative and absolute timing by physical and observational practice.)
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Wright DL, Magnuson CE, Black CB. (2005) Programming and reprogramming sequence timing following high and low contextual interference practice Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 76: 258-266
Black CB, Wright DL, Magnuson CE, et al. (2005) Learning to detect error in movement timing using physical and observational practice. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 76: 28-41
Wright DL, Black CB, Immink MA, et al. (2004) Long-term motor programming improvements occur via concatenation of movement sequences during random but not during blocked practice. Journal of Motor Behavior. 36: 39-50
Wright DL, Black C, Park JH, et al. (2001) Planning and executing simple movements: Contributions of relative-time and overall-duration specification Journal of Motor Behavior. 33: 273-285
Shea CH, Lai Q, Wright DL, et al. (2001) Consistent and variable practice conditions: effects on relative and absolute timing. Journal of Motor Behavior. 33: 139-52
Black CB, Wright DL. (2000) Can Observational Practice Facilitate Error Recognition and Movement Production? Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 71: 331-339
Shea CH, Lai Q, Black C, et al. (2000) Spacing practice sessions across days benefits the learning of motor skills Human Movement Science. 19: 737-760
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