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Does perceptual or motor experience influence the perception of global and joint-specific kinematic changes in complex movement patterns?

The perception and identification of technical errors during skill execution is a critical component in coaching, because it provides the foundation for skill analysis, instruction, and feedback provision. In this study, we examined the influences of perceptual and motor experience on the perception of kinematic change in a technical evaluation task that is common in coaching. A...

Scaling the Equipment and Play Area in Children’s Sport to improve Motor Skill Acquisition: A Systematic Review

literature search. Compliance with Ethical Standards Funding No source of funding was used to assist in the preparation of this review. Conflict of interest Tim Buszard, Damian Farrow, Machar Reid and Rich

Fundamental Movement Skills Are More than Run, Throw and Catch: The Role of Stability Skills

Introduction In motor development literature fundamental movement skills are divided into three constructs: locomotive, object control and stability skills. Most fundamental movement skills research has focused on children’s competency in locomotor and object control skills. The first aim of this study was to validate a test battery to assess the construct of stability skills, in...

The expert advantage in dynamic pattern recall persists across both attended and unattended display elements

Adam D. Gorman 0 Bruce Abernethy 0 Damian Farrow 0 0 D. Farrow School of Sport and Exercise Science, Institute of Sport , Exercise and Active Living, Victoria University , Melbourne , Victoria

Investigating the anticipatory nature of pattern perception in sport

The aim of the present study was to examine the anticipatory nature of pattern perception in sport by using static and moving basketball patterns across three different display types. Participants of differing skill levels were included in order to determine whether the effects would be moderated by the knowledge and experience of the observer in the same manner reported...

Visual information underpinning skilled anticipation: The effect of blur on a coupled and uncoupled in situ anticipatory response

DAMIAN FARROW 0 0 Australian Institute of Sport , Canberra, ACT, Australia AND Coupled interceptive actions are understood to be the result of neural processingand visual informationwhich is

An event-related visual occlusion method for examining anticipatory skill in natural interceptive tasks

DAMIAN FARROW 0 MARK DAVIS 0 WAYNE SPRATFORD 0 0 Australian Institute of Sport , Bruce, Australian Capital Territory, Australia AND This article describes a new automated method for the controlled