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'''Augmented feedback''' is [[feedback]] received from by a subject from their social surroundings. So for example in the [[performing arts]] or [[athletic performance]] the performer receives [[auditory stimuli|auditory]] or [[visual stimuli]] from spectators, coaches etc. which can affect their performance {{Citation needed}}. Specific forms of augmented feedback include [[Knowledge of reults]] and [[knowledge of performance]].
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'''Augmented feedback''' is [[feedback]] received from by a subject from their social surroundings. So for example in the [[performing arts]] or [[athletic performance]] the performer receives [[auditory stimuli|auditory]] or [[visual stimuli]] from spectators, coaches etc. which can affect their performance {{Citation needed}}. Specific forms of augmented feedback include [[Knowledge of results]] and [[knowledge of performance]].
   
 
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Augmented feedback is feedback received from by a subject from their social surroundings. So for example in the performing arts or athletic performance the performer receives auditory or visual stimuli from spectators, coaches etc. which can affect their performance [citation needed]. Specific forms of augmented feedback include Knowledge of results and knowledge of performance.

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