Month: April 2019

144 – An Ecological Dynamics Assessment of Perceptual-Cognitive & VR Training in Sport

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What are the limitations of current perceptual-cognitive and brain training technologies that use an isolated, process driven approach to improve perception and decision making in athletes? How can these be improved by following the principles of Ecological Dynamics? How can VR training be better used to allow an athlete to explore the affordance landscape and make context-dependent decisions?
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Articles:
Evaluating Weaknesses of “Perceptual-Cognitive Training” and “Brain Training” Methods in Sport: An Ecological Dynamics Critique
Effectiveness and efficiency of virtual reality designs to enhance athlete development: an ecological dynamics perspective

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143 – Naturalistic, Recognition-Primed Decision Making

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A look at Naturalistic and Recognition-Primed Decision Making. How do we make quick and effective decisions when faced with complex, time pressured situations? How do we bring our previous experience to bear in these situations? Can this approach be applied to sports?
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Articles:
Naturalistic Decision Making
A Recognition Primed Decision (RPD) Model of Rapid Decision Making
Recognition Within the Decision-Making Process: A Case Study of Expert Volleyball Players

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142 – Affordance Based Control

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Is the role of affordance perception just action selection? Or does it also play a role in action control? What does it mean to “know one’s limits”?
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Articles:
Affordance-Based Control of Visually Guided Action
Controlling speed and direction during interception: an affordance-based approach

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