Stroboscopic Training Enhances Anticipatory Timing

@inproceedings{SMITH2012StroboscopicTE,
  title={Stroboscopic Training Enhances Anticipatory Timing},
  author={TREVOR Q. SMITH and Stephen R. Mitroff},
  booktitle={International journal of exercise science},
  year={2012}
}
The dynamic aspects of sports often place heavy demands on visual processing. As such, an important goal for sports training should be to enhance visual abilities. Recent research has suggested that training in a stroboscopic environment, where visual experiences alternate between visible and obscured, may provide a means of improving attentional and visual abilities. The current study explored whether stroboscopic training could impact anticipatory timing - the ability to predict where a… CONTINUE READING

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