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Aug 30, 2016

A discussion of the history of flight training with an emphasis on flight simulation. What makes a good simulator? Should it really perfectly re-create the real world? Can we identify effective pilots through screening tests?

-Part vs whole training in sport (Time 21:01)



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Aug 25, 2016

What are conditional probabilities and how can they be used to help you draft and set you weekly lineup for a fantasy football team?

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Aug 23, 2016

A few thoughts on the “Seeing the forest and the trees: Theoretical and practical issues in sport expertise” workshop held in conjunction with Annual Meeting of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSA) on June 14, 2016.

Aug 16, 2016

An analysis of some of the most serious plane crashes that were caused by human error with a goal of understanding what happened in terms of perceptual-motor and cognitive processes. What can we learn from these unfortunate incidents so that they never happen again? 

-Some famous errors on the sports field...

Aug 2, 2016

How do pilots use all the information from the outside environment, instruments and air traffic control to make decisions and act?  Does their ability to sample information depend on experience?  What are some of the common decision making errors that can occurs?

-Why do performers learn better when they can control...