Perception, cognition, and decision training: The quiet eye in action.

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(from the cover) Athletes must be able to make split-second decisions under the pressures of competition, but often this vital learning is left to chance. With Perception, Cognition, and Decision Training: The Quiet Eye in Action, readers gain access to the research foundations behind an innovative decision-training system that has been used successfully for years in training athletes. This text features three innovations solidly based in research: the vision-in-action method of recording what athletes actually see when they perform, the quiet-eye phenomenon that has attracted considerable media attention, and decision training to identify and facilitate visual perception and action to enhance performance. Author Joan Vickers--who discovered the quiet eye and developed the vision-in-action method-takes the next step by integrating all three innovations into an effective system for helping athletes improve performance. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

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Vickers. (2007). Perception, cognition, and decision training: The quiet eye in action. Perception, cognition, and decision training: The quiet eye in action. (p. 273). Leeds : Human Kinetics. Retrieved from http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&PAGE=reference&D=psyc5&NEWS=N&AN=2007-13889-000

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