Attentional mechanisms in sports via brain-electrical event-related potentials

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Attentional mechanisms in sports via brain-electrical event-related potentials. / Hack, Johannes; Memmert, Daniel; Rupp, Andre.

in: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, Jahrgang 80, Nr. 4, 01.12.2009, S. 727-738.

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title = "Attentional mechanisms in sports via brain-electrical event-related potentials",
abstract = "In this study, we examined attention processes in complex, sport-specific decision-making tasks without interdependencies from anticipation. Psychophysiological and performance data recorded from advanced and intermediate level basketball referees were compared. Event-related potentials obtained while judging game situations in foul recognition and a control task provided insight into focus of attention, selective attention, and processing strategy (top-down vs. bottom-up). Results showed task-specific effects for advanced referees in components influenced by attentional focus and selective attention. Experts also seemed to profit from superior top-down strategy and were able to evaluate the stimuli more rapidly. These findings are discussed in connection with current models in neurosciences and theories of referee research.",
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KW - Beurteilung

KW - Elektroenzephalographie

KW - Entscheidungsverhalten

KW - Experiment

KW - Foul

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KW - Informationsverarbeitung

KW - Leistungsniveau

KW - Neurologie

KW - Reaktionszeit

KW - Schiedsrichterverhalten

KW - Spielsituation

KW - Sportpsychologie

KW - Untersuchung, vergleichende

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