Differences in Visual Search Strategy and Sport Expertise for Racquet Sports
University of Queensland
Novice and expert badminton players were tested for reaction to anticipitory cues. The experts were found to earlier identify advance information, and further findings reveal this is likely due to better ability to process these cues.
Eye Speed as a Predictor of a Good and Poor Batsmen
University of Sussex
Cricket players have remarkably little time to predict the trajectory of a bounced ball. A short latency time in the first saccade distinguished different skill levels in batting averages, and overall contributes to the players game.
Is Decision-Making Agility Trainable
University of Ballarat
Fifteen professional rugby players participated in a controlled study of reactive agility training. Findings showed significant improvement and indicated coaches should incorporate open motor skills training in their programs
Multiple Object Tracking Improves Decision-Making Accuracy
Université de Montreal
Soccer players trained multi-object tracking for decision making in passes. This non-contextual, perceptual-cognitive training exercises showed transfer to on-field performance.
Potential of Vision Training to Decrease Concussion
University of Cincinnati
During the course of three football seasons, vision training was incorporated into the players' workouts and the number of concussions were recording. The average injury per 100 players was 1.4 while the previous three seasons averaged 9.2 concussions.
Predicting the Success of Soccer Players
Karolinska Institutet Stockholm
The higher division soccers players outperformed the lower division players, who outperformed nonathletes, in executive functions like response inhibition and cognitive flexibility
Video Occlusion Training Tied To Better Batting Averages
Southern Illinois University
Baseball players underwent video reaction training to simulate in-game metrics. Decision-making and expert perception where improved, and this implied value to other sports as a training mechanism.
Vision Training Improves Batting Statistics
University of Cinncinnati
Baseball and softball require intense visual acuity and eye-hand coordination, and vision training can improve those cognitions. Between two seasons, batting averages for the team showed significant improvement.
Working Memory as a Factor in Learning Offense
University of Genoa
Ability to focus can surpass player experience in learning new offensive gestures in volleyball. Also important is practicing these repeated gestures, and these two factors lead to the most effective learning automization.
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