The influence of anxiety on visual attention in climbing.

@article{Nieuwenhuys2008TheIO,
  title={The influence of anxiety on visual attention in climbing.},
  author={Arne Nieuwenhuys and J. R. Pijpers and Ra{\^o}ul R. D. Oudejans and Frank C. Bakker},
  journal={Journal of sport & exercise psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={171-85}
}
The object of the current study was to investigate anxiety-induced changes in movement and gaze behavior in novices on a climbing wall. Identical traverses were situated at high and low levels on a climbing wall to manipulate anxiety. In line with earlier studies, climbing times and movement times increased under anxiety. These changes were accompanied by similar changes in total and average fixation duration and the number of fixations, which were primarily aimed at the holds used for climbing… CONTINUE READING

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