Timing of in situ visual information pick-up that differentiates expert and near-expert anticipation in a complex motor skill.

@article{Rosalie2013TimingOI,
  title={Timing of in situ visual information pick-up that differentiates expert and near-expert anticipation in a complex motor skill.},
  author={Simon M Rosalie and Sean M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={66 10},
  pages={1951-62}
}
The timing of visual information pick-up for visual anticipation was examined by comparing the capability of multiple skill groups, expert and near-expert karate athletes and novices, to block attacks using an in situ temporal occlusion paradigm. Participants stood facing a karate opponent and then attempted to block attacks (kicks and punches), whilst their vision of attacks was occluded: (a) prior to onset of opponent motion (O1), (b) after preparatory head movement (O2), and (c) after… CONTINUE READING