Frontal midline theta is a specific indicator of optimal attentional engagement during skilled putting performance.

@article{Kao2013FrontalMT,
  title={Frontal midline theta is a specific indicator of optimal attentional engagement during skilled putting performance.},
  author={Shih-Chun Kao and Chung-Ju Huang and Tsung-Min Hung},
  journal={Journal of sport & exercise psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={470-8}
}
The purpose of this study was to determine whether frontal midline theta activity (Fmθ), an indicator of top-down sustained attention, can be used to distinguish an individual's best and worst golf putting performances during the pre-putt period. Eighteen golfers were recruited and asked to perform 100 putts in a self-paced simulated putting task. We then compared the Fmθ power of each individual's 15 best and worst putts. The results indicated that theta power in the frontal brain region… CONTINUE READING

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