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Feb 18, 2020

What are the differences between coordination, control and skill? A look at a 3 stage model of skill acquisition and its implications for coaching and motor learning research.



Coordination, control and skill

Change in Motor Learning: A Coordination and Control Perspective


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Feb 11, 2020

Applying perception-action principles to concussion and behavioral injury risk. How does concussion affect an athlete’s perception of affordances and action boundaries in their environment?



Increased Risk of Musculoskeletal Injury Following Sport-Related Concussion: A Perception-Action Coupling Approach

Feb 4, 2020

Does training blind under non-vision conditions result in improved performance when the athlete returns to full vision conditions? Does it allow a performer to become more sensitive to information from other senses (e.g. proprioception and audition) or is learning specific to the conditions of practice?



Jan 28, 2020

How might we periodize skill acquisition in a manner similar to physical training – taking into account factors like specificity, load, progression and reversibility? A look at the skill acquisition periodization and periodization of skill training frameworks.



Development of a skill acquisition...

Jan 21, 2020

A look at some recent studies investigating generalized, perceptual-cognitive training for sport. Is there any evidence that training perception and cognition out of context will result in transfer to improved performance on the sports field?



The Effectiveness of Different Visual Skills Training Programmes...