DICKS, Matt, BUTTON, Chris, DAVIDS, Keith, CHOW, Jia Yi and VAN DER KAMP, John (2016). Keeping an eye on noisy movements: On different approaches to perceptual-motor skill research and training. Sports Medicine. (In Press)
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Contemporary theorising on the complementary nature of perception and action in expert performance has led to the emergence of different emphases in studying movement coordination and gaze behaviour. On the one hand, coordination research has examined the role that variability plays in movement control, evidencing that variability facilitates individualised adaptations during both learning and performance. On the other hand, and at odds with this principle, the majority of gaze behaviour studies have tended to average data over participants and trials, proposing the importance of universal 'optimal' gaze patterns in a given task, for all performers, irrespective of stage of learning. In this article, new lines of inquiry are considered with the aim of reconciling these two distinct approaches. The role that inter- and intra-individual variability may play in gaze behaviours is considered, before suggesting directions for future research.
|Research Institute, Centre or Group:||Centre for Sports Engineering Research|
|Depositing User:||Jill Hazard|
|Date Deposited:||03 Aug 2016 14:05|
|Last Modified:||14 Jan 2017 20:15|
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