<bold>Introduction.</bold> The aim of the study was to assess the efficiency of learning complex movement tasks with the use of different types of verbal feedback. <bold>Material and methods.</bold> Thirteen students randomly assigned to two groups (E&P=7; P=6) took part in the study. <bold>Results.</bold> In learning a movement task verbal information on errors and correctness (E&P) was more efficient than verbal information on correctness (P). <bold>Conclusion.</bold> At early stages too much information hinders the process of learning.
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