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Effect of Visual Stimuli Training on Reaction Time, Decision Making and Performance Accuracy of Table Tennis Player

  title={Effect of Visual Stimuli Training on Reaction Time, Decision Making and Performance Accuracy of Table Tennis Player},
  author={Amir Kamandi},


Hazard and Risk Perception among Young Novice Drivers
Science and the major racket sports: a review
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    Journal of sports sciences
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Racket sports have provided a vehicle for investigating fast interceptive actions, hand-eye coordination and perception-action coupling in the field of motor control, and have contributed to science by providing unique challenges to researchers.
Taktik im Sportspiel (Táctica en los juegos deportivos)
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The impact of specialized sports vision testing and therapy on baseball batting averages
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Visual adaptations to sports vision enhancement training
ance in sports that rely heavily on visual input. The ability to catch a ball requires continuous convergence of the eyes, assessing the speed of the ball and predicting its path. To actually catch a
Use of advance cues in predicting the flight of a lawn tennis ball
Similar findings, different interpretations: a response to the commentary by Bootsma et al. (2010)
It is believed that the original study added several new-but by no means final-insights to the understanding of the control of fast interceptive actions, and the control strategy used in the simulation study was adopted on the sole ground that it was the simplest control strategy that allowed us to investigate the role of the visco-elastic properties of muscles.
The Teaching and Learning of Decision Making in Team Sports
In team sports, playing well means choosing the right course of action at the right moment and performing that course of action efficiently and consistently throughout the match. Research on decision
Movement variability as a function of accuracy demand in programmed serial aiming responses
Abstract Recent research suggests that when a response comprises a series of targets, programming time may be a function of the target within the response that imposes the greatest accuracy demand