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タイトル: バウンドポール捕球における幼児の見越し動作の発達過程:放物線課題を用いて
その他のタイトル: Developmental process of "foresee-movement" in young children catching a bouncing ball: Analyzing of catching movement for parabolic-line task
著者: 梅本, 麻実; 藤原, 素子 link image
著者(別表記) : Umemoto, Mami; Fujiwara, Motoko
著者読み: うめもと, まみ; ふじわら, もとこ
キーワード: young children; catching movement; foresee-movement; 幼児; 捕球動作; 見越し動作
発行日: 2015年 3月31日
出版者: 奈良女子大学生活環境学部スポーツ科学研究コース
引用: 梅本麻美・藤原素子:奈良女子大学スポーツ科学研究, 第17巻, pp.9-19
抄録: This study investigated the developmental process of "foresee-movement" in young children catching a bouncing-ball. The participants were 139 children between 3 and 5 years old, and they performed parabolic-line task. In this task, an experimenter threw the ball to a height of about 1.6m from the floor toward a drop point 2m in front of the participant. The participant was told to move forward lm and catch the ball after the first bounce. The participants' catching movement was recorded from the right side by video cameras. As a result, the successful catching rate increased with increasing age. The total motion time from experimenter's throwing to participant's catching and the movement time from initiation of stepping of participant's foot to catching the ball shortened with increasing age. By contrast the estimation time from experimenter's throwing to initiation of stepping of participant's foot lengthened with increasing age. The catching movement was categorized into six patterns: (1) no movement, (2) the ball bounced once and passed over the head, (3) the ball was caught after two bounces, (4) an attempt was made to catch the ball after one bounce, but the ball could not be touched, (5) an attempt was made to catch the ball after one bounce, but the ball was knocked away, and (6) the ball was caught after one bounce. The movement-pattern of the 3-year-old and 4-year-old children was classified into patterns 1-3. Many of the movement-patterns in the 5-year-old children, on the other hand, were classified as pattern 5. Motion-pattern 6 was significantly increased from 4-year-old through 5-year-old children. Our results suggest that young children could anticipate the track of the ball and estimate their own movements with increasing age. Foresee-movement is gradually developed along with age even if the pattern of catching movement is classified as failure-pattern.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/4027
ISSN: 1344-9885
出現コレクション:第17巻

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