Feedback in learning and performance situations

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Date
2003 (Creation date: 1994)
Main contributor
Austin, David R., 1941-
Summary
Utilizes vignettes and an interview format to examine the proper use of, and the need for, feedback in performance situations.  Explains the relationship of attribution theory to feedback, lists guidelines for the therapist in providing feedback, and analyzes feedback in a therapeutic setting.
Contributors
Winninger, John.; Bullock, Charles C.; Indiana University, Bloomington. Radio and Television Services.; Indiana University. Department of Recreation and Park Administration
Publisher
Indiana University, Dept. of Recreation and Park Administration
Subjects
Recreational therapy; Feedback (Psychology); Films for the hearing impaired
Collection
Recreation Therapy Video (RTV) Project 
Unit
IUScholarWorks Repository
Language
English
Physical Description
1 videodisc (20 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes
Presented by Indiana University Recreation Therapy Video Project.

Bibliographical/Historical Note

Instructional videos produced by the Recreation Therapy Video (RTV) Project directed by Professor David R. Austin, Ph.D., CTRS, of Indiana University. The RTV Project was made possible through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

Creation/Production Credits

Project director, David R. Austin.

Language Note

Closed-captioned.

Performers

Host, David R. Austin ; guest, Charles Bullock.

Venue/Event Date

Recorded in 1994.
Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 6140002; OCLC: ocm61517216

Access Restrictions

This item is accessible by: the public.