Differential reactions of virtual actors and observers to the triggering and interruption of psychological momentum

@inproceedings{Briki2017DifferentialRO,
  title={Differential reactions of virtual actors and observers to the triggering and interruption of psychological momentum},
  author={Walid Briki and Julie Doron and Keith D. Markman and Ruud J. R. Den Hartigh and Christophe Gernigon},
  year={2017}
}
The present study compared virtual actors’ and observers’ perceptions of positive and negative psychological momentum (PM) and their responses to sudden interruptions of momentum. Participants with experience playing competitive table tennis imagined that they were playing a table tennis game (virtual actors), whereas participants who lacked experience playing competitive table tennis imagined that they were observing a table tennis game (observers). While viewing an audiovisual simulation of a… CONTINUE READING

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