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Examination of gaze behaviors under in situ and video simulation task constraints reveals differences in information pickup for perception and action
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Gaze and movement behaviors of association football goalkeepers were compared under two video simulation conditions (i.e., verbalExpand
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A constraints-led perspective to understanding skill acquisition and game play: a basis for integration of motor learning theory and physical education praxis?
Background: In order to design appropriate environments for performance and learning of movement skills, physical educators need a sound theoretical model of the learner and of processes of learning.Expand
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Expert Performance in Sport and the Dynamics of Talent Development
Research on expertise, talent identification and development has tended to be mono-disciplinary, typically adopting genocentric or environmentalist positions, with an overriding focus on operationalExpand
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Networks as a novel tool for studying team ball sports as complex social systems.
This paper describes and evaluates the novel utility of network methods for understanding human interpersonal interactions within social neurobiological systems such as sports teams. We show howExpand
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Availability of Advance Visual Information Constrains Association-Football Goalkeeping Performance during Penalty Kicks
A pressing concern within the literature on anticipatory perceptual-motor behaviour is the lack of clarity on the applicability of data, observed under video-simulation task constraints, to actualExpand
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Effect of verbal instructions and image size on visual search strategies in basketball free throw shooting
We assessed the effects on basketball free throw performance of two types of verbal directions with an external attentional focus. Novices ( n = 16) were pre-tested on free throw performance andExpand
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Ecological Validity, Representative Design, and Correspondence Between Experimental Task Constraints and Behavioral Setting: Comment on Rogers, Kadar, and Costall (2005)
Abstract Using the term ecological validity, in a recent issue of Ecological Psychology, Rogers, Kadar, and Costall (2005) discussed how the simulator they used could provide data by replicatingExpand
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Constraints on the Complete Optimization of Human Motion
In sport and exercise biomechanics, forward dynamics analyses or simulations have frequently been used in attempts to establish optimal techniques for performance of a wide range of motor activities.Expand
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‘How does TGfU work?’: examining the relationship between learning design in TGfU and a nonlinear pedagogy
Background: In the last few decades, conceptions about teaching and learning in physical education have evolved from a teacher-centred approach to a more student-centred approach where learners areExpand
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