Event-related potential effects of superior action anticipation in professional badminton players.

@article{Jin2011EventrelatedPE,
  title={Event-related potential effects of superior action anticipation in professional badminton players.},
  author={Hua Jin and Guiping Xu and John X. Zhang and Hongwei Gao and Zuoer Ye and Pin Wang and Huiyan Lin and Lei Mo and Chong-de Lin},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={492 3},
  pages={139-44}
}
The ability to predict the trajectory of a ball based on the opponent's body kinematics has been shown to be critical to high-performing athletes in many sports. However, little is known about the neural correlates underlying such superior ability in action anticipation. The present event-related potential study compared brain responses from professional badminton players and non-player controls when they watched video clips of badminton games and predicted a ball's landing position… CONTINUE READING
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