Experts’ successful psychomotor performance was characterized by effective switch of motor and attentional control

Wang K-P, Cheng M-Y, Chen T-T, Chang Y-K, Huang C-J, Feng J, Hung T-M, Ren J (2019)
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 43: 374-379.

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Wang, Kuo-PinUniBi ; Cheng, Ming-Yang; Chen, Tai-Ting; Chang, Yu-Kai; Huang, Chung-Ju; Feng, Jie; Hung, Tsung-Min; Ren, Jie
Abstract / Bemerkung
Objectives: This study proposed that Mu (8–13 Hz) and SMR (12–15 Hz) readings in the sensorimotor cortical area can be used to investigate the cognitive mechanisms underlying optimal motor performance. Design: This study used a within-subject design. Method: Forty expert golfers were recruited to perform 60 putts while their EEGs were recorded. The putting distance was chosen to ensure that approximately 50% of all putts would be missed so that there was a need for constant adjustments to be made during performance. Successful performance was defined as the ball going in the hole. Results: (a) Lower Mu power in Cz, and alpha power in Pz and Oz were observed for successful performances compared with unsuccessful performances at T1 (−2000 ∼ −1000 ms); (b) Higher SMR power in Cz was ob- served for successful performances relative to unsuccessful performances at T2 (−1000 ∼ 0 ms). Conclusions: These findings not only support the multi-action plan model (MAP) and the psychomotor efficiency hypothesis, but also reveal the temporal dynamics of the cognitive mechanisms in an optimal-controlled state.
Stichworte
EEG; Sport performance; Cortical activation; Attention; The dual-process theory
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
Psychology of Sport and Exercise
Band
43
Seite(n)
374-379
ISSN
1469-0292
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2938806

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Wang K-P, Cheng M-Y, Chen T-T, et al. Experts’ successful psychomotor performance was characterized by effective switch of motor and attentional control. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 2019;43:374-379.
Wang, K. - P., Cheng, M. - Y., Chen, T. - T., Chang, Y. - K., Huang, C. - J., Feng, J., Hung, T. - M., et al. (2019). Experts’ successful psychomotor performance was characterized by effective switch of motor and attentional control. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 43, 374-379. doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2019.04.006
Wang, K. - P., Cheng, M. - Y., Chen, T. - T., Chang, Y. - K., Huang, C. - J., Feng, J., Hung, T. - M., and Ren, J. (2019). Experts’ successful psychomotor performance was characterized by effective switch of motor and attentional control. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 43, 374-379.
Wang, K.-P., et al., 2019. Experts’ successful psychomotor performance was characterized by effective switch of motor and attentional control. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 43, p 374-379.
K.-P. Wang, et al., “Experts’ successful psychomotor performance was characterized by effective switch of motor and attentional control”, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, vol. 43, 2019, pp. 374-379.
Wang, K.-P., Cheng, M.-Y., Chen, T.-T., Chang, Y.-K., Huang, C.-J., Feng, J., Hung, T.-M., Ren, J.: Experts’ successful psychomotor performance was characterized by effective switch of motor and attentional control. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 43, 374-379 (2019).
Wang, Kuo-Pin, Cheng, Ming-Yang, Chen, Tai-Ting, Chang, Yu-Kai, Huang, Chung-Ju, Feng, Jie, Hung, Tsung-Min, and Ren, Jie. “Experts’ successful psychomotor performance was characterized by effective switch of motor and attentional control”. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 43 (2019): 374-379.

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