Examination of Visual Information as a Mediator of External Focus Benefits

Land WM, Tenenbaum G, Ward P, Marquardt C (2013)
Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology 35(3): 250-259.

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Attunement to visual information has been suggested to mediate the performance advantage associated with adopting an external focus of attention (e.g., Al-Abood, Bennett, Moreno Hernandez, Ashford, & Davids, 2002; Magill, 1998). We tested this hypothesis by examining the extent to which online visual information underpins the external focus advantage. The study examined skilled golfers on a putting task under one of three attentional focus conditions: control (no instructions), irrelevant (tone counting), and external (movement effect focus), with either full or occluded vision. In addition to task performance, the effect of attentional focus and vision on between-trial movement variability was examined. We found a significant advantage for an external focus of attention in the absence of vision. The results of the movement variability analysis further indicated that external focus was not mediated by the online use of vision. We discuss these findings in the context of traditional cognitive perspectives to external focus effects.
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Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology
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250-259
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Land WM, Tenenbaum G, Ward P, Marquardt C. Examination of Visual Information as a Mediator of External Focus Benefits. Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 2013;35(3):250-259.
Land, W. M., Tenenbaum, G., Ward, P., & Marquardt, C. (2013). Examination of Visual Information as a Mediator of External Focus Benefits. Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 35(3), 250-259.
Land, W. M., Tenenbaum, G., Ward, P., and Marquardt, C. (2013). Examination of Visual Information as a Mediator of External Focus Benefits. Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology 35, 250-259.
Land, W.M., et al., 2013. Examination of Visual Information as a Mediator of External Focus Benefits. Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 35(3), p 250-259.
W.M. Land, et al., “Examination of Visual Information as a Mediator of External Focus Benefits”, Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology, vol. 35, 2013, pp. 250-259.
Land, W.M., Tenenbaum, G., Ward, P., Marquardt, C.: Examination of Visual Information as a Mediator of External Focus Benefits. Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 35, 250-259 (2013).
Land, William Marshall, Tenenbaum, Gershon, Ward, Paul, and Marquardt, Christian. “Examination of Visual Information as a Mediator of External Focus Benefits”. Journal Of Sport & Exercise Psychology 35.3 (2013): 250-259.

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