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000084971 100 __ $a Craig, Cathy
000084971 245 1_ $a An Affordance based approach to decision making in sport : discussing a novel methodological framework
000084971 520 3_ $a Decision making is a fundamental element of any sport, particularly open, fast, dynamic team sports such as football, basketball and rugby. At the elite level, athletes appear to consistently make good decisions in situations that are highly temporally constrained. To further understand how this is done has been the aim of researchers within the perception-action field for several decades. The purpose of this article is to present novel contributions, both theoretical and methodological, that are pushing the boundaries of this area of research. The theoretical framework ( Ecological psychology) within which the work is posited will be described, followed by a description of Virtual Reality (VR) technology and how it relates to the theoretical aims. Finally, an applied example will be summarised in order to demonstrate how the theoretical approach and the methodological approach come together in practice.
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000084971 599 __ $a recerca
000084971 653 1_ $a Affordances
000084971 653 1_ $a Ecological Psychology
000084971 653 1_ $a Virtual Reality
000084971 653 1_ $a Decision Making
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000084971 700 __ $a Watson, Gareth
000084971 773 __ $g Vol. 20, Núm. 2 ( 2011), p. 689-708 $t Revista de psicología del deporte $x 1988-5636
000084971 856 40 $p 20 $s 331779 $u http://ddd.uab.cat/pub/revpsidep/19885636v20n2/19885636v20n2p689.pdf
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