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Behavioral theory would argue that deliberate practice is facilitated by feedback from an expert that allows for successful approximation of the target performance. Feedback from an expert allows the learner to minimize errors and frustration that results from trial-and-error attempts. Behavioral theory does not require delivery of rewards for accurate performance; the expert feedback in combination with the accurate performance serve as the consequences that establish and maintain the new performance.

In cognitive theory, excellent performance results from practising complex tasks that produce errors. Such errors provide the learner with rich feedback that results in scaffolding for future performance. Cognitive theory explains how a learner can become an expert (or someone who has mastered a domain). GlobeMOTLEY Skate shoes olive brown mJ6QS5G95o

Learning is closely linked to practice and motivation . Sociocultural theory applied to motivation of practice suggests that motivation resides not within the individual, but within the domain of social and cultural contexts united by shared action and activity. Thus, motivation to practice is not simply within the locus of the individual (see Incentive theories: intrinsic and extrinsic motivation ), but rather the locus is the activity and its specific contexts of which the individual is a participant. [12]

Psychologist K. Anders Ericsson writes about motivation to practice. He creates a theoretical framework for acquisition of expert performance that discusses the issue of a lack of motivation to practice. He writes:

Engagement in deliberate practice is not inherently motivating. Performers consider it instrumental in achieving further improvements in performance (the motivational constraint). The lack of inherent reward or enjoyment in practice as distinct from the enjoyment of the result (improvement) is consistent with the fact that individuals in a domain rarely initiate practice spontaneously. [3]

The motivational constraint, mentioned above, is important to consider as it is an important premise of Ericsson's theoretical framework for deliberate practice. He finds that because participating in deliberate practice is not motivating that individuals must be engaged and motivated to take part in improvement before deliberate practice can even take place. [3] He talks about the success of children who were simply exposed to an activity for months by their parents in a fun way. These children displayed immense interest in continuing the activity, so the parents then began implanting deliberate practice. This came to be extremely successful, which Ericsson cites as proof that his theory works when put into action. He finds that children must have the passion to improve their skills before deliberate practice begins in order to really be successful. [3]

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Actress Asia Argento was unaware her boyfriend Anthony Bourdain was suffering from suicidal thoughts before he took his life in June.

The star took to Twitter on Monday to share a compilation of quotes, in which the TV personality spoke about his battle with depression and mentioned taking his own life.

The document , which was put together by researcher John E. Richters, began circulating online earlier this month, and the Italian star explained the “heart wrenching read” was surprising to her, because she did not see the warning signs suggesting the 61-year-old writer, chef and travel show presenter was planning to take his life.

“I never knew about this obsession of his,” she wrote. “He never told me.”

I never knew about this obsession of his. He never told me. Heart wrenching read:

The three-page piece starts with the details of a 2016 episode of his CNN show Parts Unknown, in which the star revealed he felt “very isolated” during a visit to Buenos Aires, Argentina. He also described his life of constant travel as “crushingly lonely.” The piece then lists several occasions in which the chef referenced suicide between 2000 to 2016.

Bourdain hanged himself in his Kaysersberg, France hotel room while working on a shoot for his series in nearby Strasbourg.

A group of fellow celebrities recently came to Argento’s defence after several social media users blamed her for Bourdain’s death. The stars, including Rose McGowan, Terry Crews, and Mira Sorvino, shared their support.

“Asia has now found herself on the receiving end of vicious cyberbullying and repulsive slander at the hands of internet trolls who hold her responsible for Anthony’s death,” a statement released on behalf of the group read. “She has been accused of everything from causing her boyfriend’s suicide to trying to use her survivor status and the #MeToo movement to advance her career.”

It continued, “We are here to ask those who are angry and grieving the loss of Anthony to find a healthy outlet for their pain… Asia is not a headline – she is a human being, and she is in horrific pain.”

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To sum up the year in sports, Michigan Radio’s sports commentator John U. Bacon said this: “If you like mediocrity, I mean really like it, Motown is the place for you.”

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He sat down with Stateside host Cynthia Canty to explain.

Listen to Bacon’s full year in review above, or read highlights below.

The Red Wings in 2017

CYNTHIA CANTY: "Performance-wise, how would you characterize this year for [the Red Wings]?"

JOHN U. BACON: “Mediocre, as kind of expected."

“They have no identity, no style that I can see. This was my complaint last year, of course, and it’s not gotten better.

“And they are staying away in droves, as the phrase goes. So despite the new fancy stadium – the new arena – they are not filling that place or anywhere near it.”

The Tigers in 2017

CANTY: “When we think of the Tigers, so many marquee names have been traded away -- is all of that going to pay off, do you think, in rebuilding for the future?”

BACON: “Nope. I don’t think [Al] Avila knows what he’s doing. He’s the general manager, and I am not impressed by his moves so far.

“They’ve not done a good job on almost any front that I can see, and I think Tiger fans are headed for three or four years of mediocrity.”

The Lions in 2017

BACON: “Still more mediocrity. If you like mediocrity, I mean really like it, Motown is the place for you.”

CANTY: “Why? What’s not working for them?”

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