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The effect of stimulus distance and stimulus velocity on coincidence-anticipation ability

The effect of stimulus distance and stimulus velocity on coincidence-anticipation ability

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Perceptual-motor processes,
  • Reaction time

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Maddy Brown.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 73 leaves
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13598525M
    OCLC/WorldCa9467291

    Efeito da velocidade do estímulo no desempenho de uma tarefa complexa de t i m i n g coincidente em crianças e adolescentes Effect of stimulus velocity on the performance of a complex coincident timing task with children and adolescents Andrea Freudenheim, Jorge de Oliveira, Umberto Corrêa, Paula Oliveira, Luiz Dantas, Jane Silva, Cássia. Table tennis players had better performance than tennis and badminton players under the high stimulus velocity. Therefore, visual and motor systems of players from different racket sports may adapt to a stimulus velocity in coincidence-anticipation timing, which is specific to each type of racket sports. Science and the major racket sports: a.

    Right- and left-handers differ when compared in some motor tasks, and left-handers enjoy some advantage over right-handers in visuo-motor tasks. In this study we intend to analyze the effect of stimulus speed, in a simple coincidence-anticipation task, depending on handedness. Consequently, ecologists analyse the dynamics of perception and action (e.g., Thelen & Smith, ) and decline the reductionist experimental paradigms. Experiments with stimulus presentations of a few milliseconds and simple key presses as a behavioural measure are simply seen as inadequate for the analysis of the perception-action interplay.

    Fixed and variable reaction time, and coincidence anticipation ability (estimating the arrival of the stimulus at a target location moving at four velocities) were assessed in younger subjects (mean age = 23 years) using a customized device. Ability The word ability is used in everyday language to describe either the skills we possess or how well we can perform a skill. We may say that someone has the 8 SKILL, ABILITY AND PERFORMANCE ability to perform a particular task or that another person has great ability in a particular activity.


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Stimulus velocity effect on the performance of a coincidence-anticipation task of right- and left-handers Article (PDF Available) in Brazilian Journal of Physical Education and Sport 25(3) Procedures.

The study used a repeated-measures design whereby participants undertook 3 visits to the laboratory. During the initial test session each participant was familiarised with the Bassin Anticipation Timer (ModelLafayette, USA) and given 20 attempts at each of the stimulus speeds used in the study (3 and 8 mph) to familiarise themselves with the test lphsbands.com by: 4.

effects of exercise intensity and stimulus speed on coincidence anticipation timing with respect to gender in adolescent badminton players a thesis submitted to. Desempenho em uma tarefa de timing coincidente e velocidade do estímulo: o uso de índices de acertos Performance in a coincidence timing task and stimulus velocity: use of hit rates Resumo – O.

Feb 01,  · Coincidence-anticipation timing (CAT) is the ability to judge when a moving stimulus will arrive at a target. 43 articles were reviewed which investigated sex differences in this skill.

Performance Cited by: Mar 11,  · Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, – [Taylor & Francis Online], [Google Scholar]). A parallel effect has been reported with respect to response initiation whereby the onset of movement is earlier for higher-velocity targets (Ball & Glencross, Ball, C.

and Glencross, D. Cited by: 9. Start studying Combo with "Kin final" and 1 other. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. distance, ball velocity 2. How accurate was the throw, how far did the ball go, how fast did the ball move coincidence-anticipation.

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The studies included in this figure are those presented in this chapter. The year corresponds to the first published article on the effect of mental fatigue on physical performance. The year was excluded since the current book chapter includes studies published until Apriland the full year could not be lphsbands.com by: 6.

randomly assigned to each of the following four strategies: Velocity Control. Elbow flexion and hand be proportional to vertical shoulder closing will be source transducers and opening will At the velocity.

Elbow extension and hand prosthetic or orthotic devices can be tested. amount of conscious planning required to use the strategy. A recent study showed spatial recognition, such as the ability to shift attention between near and far targets, were associated with fewer strikeouts. (3) (This includes Coincidence Anticipation which is the ability to produce a response that accurately coincides with the arrival of a moving stimulus.

This chapter provides an overview of the transfer of movement control in motor skill learning. For any examination of human learning, and of the aspects of learning concerned with transfer, is the area of skilled motor behavior and its lphsbands.com by: Various studies suggest the importance of peripheral vision (PV) in sports.

Computer-based test systems provide objective methods to measure PV. Nevertheless, the reliability and training effects are not clarified in detail. The purpose of this investigation was to present a short narrative non-systematic review on computer-based PV tests and to determine the reliability and the training Author: Nils Schumacher, Mike Schmidt, Rüdiger Reer, Klaus-Michael Braumann.

accuracy, distance, ball velocity, QUANTITATIVE Catching might be influenced by factors affecting movement speed or ability to reach. iii. Older adults are somewhat less accurate and more variable on coincidence-anticipation tasks.

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