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Joan N. Vickers

Perception, Cognition and Decision Training

The Quiet Eye in Action

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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface vii
Acknowledgments xi
Introduction to the Theoretical Foundations 1(1)
Visuomotor Coordination
2(8)
Three Categories of Gaze Control
10(1)
The Quiet Eye
10(1)
Summary of Theoretical Orientation
11(4)
PART I Visual Perception, Cognition, and Action
15(50)
Visual System, Motor Control, and the Changing Brain
17(16)
Visual System
18(3)
Properties of the Gaze in Space
21(1)
Neural Centers of the Brain
21(7)
Changes in the Brain
28(5)
Measuring What Athletes See
33(14)
What Do Athletes See?
34(1)
Eye-Tracking Technology Today
34(1)
Visual-Search Paradigm
35(2)
Vision-in-Action Paradigm
37(4)
Interpreting Vision-in-Action Data
41(6)
Visual Attention and Gaze Control
47(18)
Information-Processing Time
48(5)
What is Visual Attention?
53(4)
Control of the Gaze and Overt and Covert Attention
57(3)
Visual Attention and Representation of the World
60(5)
PART II Gaze Control and the Quiet Eye in Sport
65(94)
Gaze Control Framework
67(8)
Three Categories of Gaze Control
68(2)
Four Factors That Affect Gaze Control
70(5)
Gaze Control to a Single Fixed Target
75(22)
Has Targeting Contributed to a Bigger Brain?
76(1)
Gaze Control in the Basketball Free Throw
76(2)
Gaze Control in the Jump Shot
78(2)
Quiet Eye in the Free Throw and Jump Shot
80(4)
Quiet-Eye Training in Basketball Shooting
84(4)
Quiet Eye and EEG in Rifle Shooting
88(1)
Quiet Eye in Biathlon Shooting Under Pressure
89(8)
Gaze Control in Abstract-Target and Moving-Target Tasks
97(14)
Gaze Control in Golf Putting
98(4)
Quiet-Eye Training in Golf
102(2)
Quiet Eye in Billiards
104(1)
Gaze Control in Moving-Target Tasks
105(1)
Interpreting the Quiet-Eye Period in Targeting Tasks
106(5)
Gaze Control in Interceptive Timing Tasks
111(24)
Interceptive Timing Tasks Defined
112(1)
Object Recognition: Anticipating Object Flight
113(2)
Object Tracking: Reading a Moving Object
115(2)
Object Tracking and Object Control: Hitting Targets in Table Tennis
117(3)
Object Recognition, Object Tracking, and Object Control
120(3)
Quiet-Eye Training in Volleyball
123(2)
Relationship Between Gaze Control and Verbal Reports
125(2)
Gaze Control in Ice Hockey Goaltending
127(8)
Gaze Control in Tactical Tasks
135(24)
What Are Tactical Tasks?
136(1)
Visual-Spatial Intelligence
136(1)
Context and Target Gaze Control
137(2)
Klein`s Recognition-Primed Model of Decision Making
139(5)
Gaze Control During Locomotion
144(8)
Gaze Control During Offensive and Defensive Plays
152(7)
PART III Decision Training in Sport
159(68)
Decision-Training Model
161(18)
Four Scientific Foundations of Decision Training
162(1)
Paradox of Modern Motor Learning Research
162(4)
Three-Step Decision-Training Model
166(3)
Evidence Showing the Effectiveness of Decision Training
169(10)
Designing Practices With a Decision-Training Focus
179(16)
DT Tool 1: Variable Practice (Smart Variations)
180(1)
DT Tool 2: Random Practice (Smart Combinations)
180(1)
Research Support for Variable and Random Practice
180(2)
Variable and Random Practice in the Sport Setting
182(3)
Example 1: Decision Training in Badminton Tactics
185(2)
Example 2: Decision Training in Freestyle Ski Jumping
187(3)
Example 3: Decision Training in Golf Putting
190(5)
Providing Feedback With a Decision-Training Focus
195(18)
Feedback Defined
196(1)
DT Tool 3: Bandwidth Feedback
196(6)
DT Tool 4: Questioning
202(2)
Research Support for Bandwidth Feedback and Questioning
204(2)
DT Tool 5: Video Feedback and Self-Regulation
206(1)
Example 1: Decision Training in Biathlon Skiing
206(2)
Example 2: Decision Training in Counseling
208(5)
Providing Instruction With a Decision-Training Focus
213(14)
DT Tool 6: Hard-First Instruction and Modeling
214(2)
Does Modeling Improve Performance?
216(1)
DT Tool 7: External Focus of Instruction
217(2)
Example 1: Decision Training in Cycle Racing
219(1)
Example 2: Decision Training in Speed Skating
220(7)
Glossary 227(12)
References 239(16)
Additional Quiet-Eye and Decision-Training Resources 255(2)
Index 257(10)
About the Author 267
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Januari 2007
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