Wednesday, February 10, 2010

This evening I looked at another subject. It's clear over 43 trials there is noticeable improvement in veering behavior. One of the interesting things is this subject never achieved more "no veering" than "veering" feedback, until after a night's rest when her results went from always negative to general and increasingly positive (after trial 18). Again, this is far less trials than we would use in real world training.

1 comment:

sl said...

Really interesting and very encouraging analysis, Gene. It suggests that, at least for decreasing veering, wiicane will be an effective tool. I believe that we will see improvements from these results once trainees are able to go back and forth repeatedly on the course without having to stop and be guided back to the beginning by an instructor.