Some articles on feedback, inherent feedback:
... During the learning process of a motor skill, feedback is the positive or negative response that tells the learner how well the task was completed ... Inherent feedback after completing the skill, inherent feedback is the sensory information that tells the learner how well the task was completed ... Augmented feedback in contrast to inherent feedback, augmented feedback is information that supplements or “augments” the inherent feedback ...
Famous quotes containing the word inherent:
“Being a parent is a form of leadership. . . . Parents make a mistake, along with leaders of organizations, when they are unwilling to recognize the power inherent in the positions they occupy and when they are unwilling to use this power. . . . I do not mean a figure who is irrational, autocratic, or sadistic. I mean leaders who have the strength of character to stand up for what they believe.”
—Abraham Zaleznik. In Support of Families, ed. Michael W. Yogman and T. Berry Brazelton, ch. 8 (1986)