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The Perception & Action Podcast

Exploration of how psychology and sports science research can be applied to improving performance, accelerating skill acquisition and designing new technologies in sports and other high performance domains. Hosted by Rob Gray, professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, the podcast will review basic concepts and discuss the latest research in these areas.

info_outline 163 – The Constraints-Led Approach to Coaching IV: Why do we “Constrain”? 10/29/2019
info_outline 162 – Differential Learning II: Contextual Interference vs Stochastic Resonance 10/22/2019
info_outline 161 - Practicing with a Partner: Matched or Mismatched 10/15/2019
info_outline 160 – Visuomotor Calibration & Frames of Reference 10/08/2019
info_outline 159 – What is an Optimal Movement Pattern? 10/01/2019
info_outline 158 – Motor Learning as a Search within Perceptual-Motor Workspace 09/24/2019
info_outline 157 – Coordinative Structures in Skilled Performance 09/17/2019
info_outline 156 – How Consistently Do We Need to Move to Be Consistently Successful? 09/10/2019
info_outline 155 - How Soon Should you Give Performance Feedback? 08/27/2019
info_outline 154 – How is Peripheral Vision Used in Sports? Gaze Anchors & Pivot Points 08/21/2019
info_outline 153 - Are we demanding enough of athletes in practice? 08/13/2019
info_outline 152 - Learning New Movement Patterns: Specificity vs Variability 08/06/2019
info_outline 151 –The Equilibrium Point Hypothesis of Motor Control 07/23/2019
info_outline 150 – New Motor Learning Neuroscience Research 07/15/2019
info_outline 149 - How Does Noise Shape Motor Learning? 07/02/2019
info_outline 148 - On Becoming Skillful: A Dynamical Systems Approach 06/18/2019
info_outline 147 - New Constraints Led Approach (CLA) Research 06/11/2019
info_outline 146 –Effects of Analogy, Explicit Instruction & Attentional Cues on Performance 05/21/2019
info_outline 145 – Incidental Training, Goal Babbling & Motor Exploration 05/15/2019
info_outline 144 – An Ecological Dynamics Assessment of Perceptual-Cognitive & VR Training in Sport 05/07/2019
info_outline 143 – Naturalistic, Recognition-Primed Decision Making 04/16/2019
info_outline 142 – Affordance Based Control 04/09/2019
info_outline 141 - Demonstration & Imitation as Rate Enhancers in Skill Acquisition 04/02/2019
info_outline 140 – An Ecological Approach to Visual Anticipation in Sports 03/26/2019
info_outline 139 - Improving Performance by Amplifying Errors 03/19/2019
info_outline 138 – Alternative Ways to Cue & Provide Feedback 03/05/2019
info_outline 137 – The Yips 02/26/2019
info_outline 136 - Talent Equation Podcast Panel - Applying Theory to Coaching 02/20/2019
info_outline 135 – The Problem of Motor Redundancy vs the Bliss of Motor Abundance 02/05/2019
info_outline 134 – Are there General Perceptual-Motor Abilities? Should we be Testing & Training Them? 01/29/2019
 
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