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Who directs the little man in the head in selecting the appropriate response or motor program? It’s possible to hypothesize that there is a little man within the little man, but obviously there is no logical end to this chain. Second, there is the storage problem. Memory capacity would have to be vast in order to store motor programs for what seems like an infinite number of movements produced by humans in response to an infinite number of environmental conditions. 42 Advanced Analysis of Motor Development A third issue is the novelty problem.

A. E. Halverson, 1984, Developing children - Their changing movement (Baltimore, MD: Lea and Febiger). A. Roberton. the person. 5 shows a typical probability, or population, graph of a hypothetical intratask developmental sequence. Each curve on the graph represents a developmental level (sometimes called a step) in the sequence. The horizontal axis is age. The vertical axis is the percentage of people displaying the behavior represented by that level. 3), shows nicely the coming to be and the passing away that characterizes development: Level 1 dies away, level 2 builds up and then dies away, and level 3 builds up.

A. Roberton (1972) and Frank Smoll (1982) used this term, but it never caught on. 30 Advanced Analysis of Motor Development 3 McGraw rarely used the term stage because she didn’t believe suddenness was characteristic of the appearance of new movements. The sudden appearance of skills had been used as a criterion for a stage by Shirley. Personal communication from McGraw, 1976. 4 Personal communication from McGraw, 1976. 5 DVDs made from films that McGraw edited for public consumption are available from S.

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