A marking b purely mental simulation c riffing d leakage e digital computation Which of the following is an example of marking? a fully executing a dance



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0411 quiz questions – Shelley
1. Dr. Kirsh showed a video of two people making their fingers dance to music. Which of the following was he trying to illustrate?

a. marking

b. purely mental simulation

c. riffing

d. leakage

e. digital computation
2. Which of the following is an example of marking?

a. fully executing a dance, as in a final performance in front of an audience



b. dancer abstracts from full phrase

c. leakage

d. purely mental simulation

e. riffing


3. Using nonessential (i.e. epiphenomenal) gestures while speaking is an example of:

a. marking

b. riffing

c. leakage

d. mental simulation

e. analog computation
4. In Dr. Kirsh’s study of the effectiveness of marking compared to full practice and mental simulation among dancers, he collected data from dancers. Which of the following was NOT a performance measure in this study?

a. technicality

b. memory

c. dynamics

d. timing

e. leakage
5. In Dr. Kirsh’s study of the effectiveness of marking, full practice, and mental simulation among dancers, which of the following did he find?

a. Marking, full practice, and mental simulation were equally effective.

b. Marking and full practice were equally effective, but mental simulation was not as effective.

c. Mental simulation and full practice were equally effective, but marking was not effective at all.



d. Full practice was most effective, followed by marking, and then mental simulation.

e. Marking was most effective, followed by full practice, and then mental simulation.


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