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Thomas Hausegger, Christian Vater and Ernst-Joachim Hossner

that the direction of one’s gaze is used as an information source to anticipate the actions of the opponent. Dicks, Button, and Davids ( 2010 ), for example, found that soccer goalkeepers often fixate on the head of the penalty taker when trying to save a penalty kick. It could be that they try to read

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Jeffrey W. Kassing

sense of inequity came to a head for FCB fans in the fall of 1970 during a Spanish Cup home match against Real Madrid. The referee of the game awarded a penalty kick to Real Madrid for a foul that by all accounts occurred well outside the penalty box. Incensed FCB supporters threw thousands of seat

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increased. The results suggest that actions become ‘super-deceptive’ when probability information is aligned with misleading kinematic information, resulting in more ‘false alarm’ responses and impaired response sensitivity. Soccer penalty kicking behaviors are influenced by goalkeepers’ reputations Rouwen