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Perceptual-motor behavior in sport: the double reaction


, : Perceptual-motor behavior in sport: the double reaction. Perceptual and Motor Skills 72(1): 137-138

This paper deals with general considerations on human split-capacity in dual-tasks. Notions about understanding, vision and split-vision are touched. For a proper understanding of the phenomenon of split-vision in sport, not only visual aspects of behavior must be regarded but also attentional and intellectual.

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PMID: 2038509

DOI: 10.2466/pms.1991.72.1.137


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