Recognizing fencing attacks from auditory and visual information: A comparison between expert fencers and novices

Allerdissen M, Gueldenpenning I, Schack T, Bläsing B (2017)
PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE 31: 123-130.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Objective: The present study investigated the impact of audible and visual information for the prediction of attack movements in fencing, the raddoppio and the fleche. Method: A temporal occlusion paradigm with visually (i.e. soundless videos), auditory (i.e. the audio track of the videos), and audio-visually (i.e. video with audio track) presented attack movements was used to investigate 15 experts' (5 women; M age = 17.2 years, age range = 15-21) and 17 novices' (15 women; M age = 23.4 years, age range = 19-30) performance in predicting fencing attacks. Results: Results showed that the number of correct answers for all stimulus conditions increased for both groups the later a video was occluded. Moreover, experts outperformed novices in all stimulus conditions. Regarding auditory information, results indicated that neither group efficiently integrated the sounds of fencing steps with the visually provided information, however, experts were better able than novices to make use of auditory information if no visual information was provided and to filter out auditory information otherwise. Conclusion: Future research might address the issue to what extent athletes might benefit from training interventions focusing on the use of auditory information. (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Stichworte
Fencing; Temporal occlusion; Auditory information; Expertise; Multimodal; perception
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Zeitschriftentitel
PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE
Band
31
Seite(n)
123-130
ISSN
1469-0292
eISSN
1878-5476
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2916521

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Allerdissen M, Gueldenpenning I, Schack T, Bläsing B. Recognizing fencing attacks from auditory and visual information: A comparison between expert fencers and novices. PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE. 2017;31:123-130.
Allerdissen, M., Gueldenpenning, I., Schack, T., & Bläsing, B. (2017). Recognizing fencing attacks from auditory and visual information: A comparison between expert fencers and novices. PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE, 31, 123-130. doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2017.04.009
Allerdissen, M., Gueldenpenning, I., Schack, T., and Bläsing, B. (2017). Recognizing fencing attacks from auditory and visual information: A comparison between expert fencers and novices. PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE 31, 123-130.
Allerdissen, M., et al., 2017. Recognizing fencing attacks from auditory and visual information: A comparison between expert fencers and novices. PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE, 31, p 123-130.
M. Allerdissen, et al., “Recognizing fencing attacks from auditory and visual information: A comparison between expert fencers and novices”, PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE, vol. 31, 2017, pp. 123-130.
Allerdissen, M., Gueldenpenning, I., Schack, T., Bläsing, B.: Recognizing fencing attacks from auditory and visual information: A comparison between expert fencers and novices. PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE. 31, 123-130 (2017).
Allerdissen, Meike, Gueldenpenning, Iris, Schack, Thomas, and Bläsing, Bettina. “Recognizing fencing attacks from auditory and visual information: A comparison between expert fencers and novices”. PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND EXERCISE 31 (2017): 123-130.