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The effect of learning condition on perceptual anticipation, awareness and visual search
journal contributionposted on 2016-07-20, 11:00 authored by Damian R. Poulter, Robin JacksonRobin Jackson, John P. Wann, Dianne C. Berry
The efficacy of explicit and implicit learning paradigms was examined during the very early stages of learning the perceptual-motor anticipation task of predicting ball direction from temporally occluded footage of soccer penalty kicks. In addition, the effect of instructional condition on point-of-gaze during learning was examined. A significant improvement in horizontal prediction accuracy was observed in the explicit learning group; however, similar improvement was evident in a placebo group who watched footage of soccer matches. Only the explicit learning intervention resulted in changes in eye movement behaviour and increased awareness of relevant postural cues. Results are discussed in terms of methodological and practical issues regarding the employment of implicit perceptual training interventions.
- Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Published inHuman Movement Science
Pages345 - 361
CitationPOULTER, D. ... et al., 2005. The effect of learning condition on perceptual anticipation, awareness and visual search. Human Movement Science, DOI: 10.1016/j.humov.2005.06.005.
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