Detecting Deception in Movement: The Case of the Side-Step in Rugby

@inproceedings{Brault2012DetectingDI,
  title={Detecting Deception in Movement: The Case of the Side-Step in Rugby},
  author={Sebastien Brault and Benoit Bideau and Richard Kulpa and Cathy M. Craig},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Although coordinated patterns of body movement can be used to communicate action intention, they can also be used to deceive. Often known as deceptive movements, these unpredictable patterns of body movement can give a competitive advantage to an attacker when trying to outwit a defender. In this particular study, we immersed novice and expert rugby players in an interactive virtual rugby environment to understand how the dynamics of deceptive body movement influence a defending player's… CONTINUE READING
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