Bartlett A. H. Russell

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Skilled individuals demonstrate a spatially localized or relatively lower response in brain activity characterized as neural efficiency when performing within their domain of expertise. Elite athletes are experts in their chosen sport and thus must be not only adept in the motor domain but must be resilient to performing under the stress of high-level(More)
Performance measurements using human sensing and assessment capabilities are limited by an inability to account for the multitude of variables that regulate performance state. Monitoring behavior alone is not adequate for prediction of future performance on a given task and no single physiological measurement can provide a complete assessment that(More)
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