Hello, I'm studying out of the Hal Leonard Bass Method book right now and having some problems with sight reading. I seem to have a problem with moving forward at a steady pace without looking back. I keep catching mistakes and the going back to correct them. Part of the reason is I psyche myself out to make a mistake which causes me to then make said mistake. I found a link on you tube which I actually thought was pretty helpful, here it is if anyone's interested: The thing that killed me is right off the bat one of the first things he stresses is to never, ever, go back when sight reading and to always keep a forward momentum. Looks like I've developed some bad technique here. Any tips on how to break it? Like I said, I just can't stand the thought of playing something wrong!