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* Alexey Karabanov * Ludmila Chernikova * 10 2014 18 4 331 346 10.1123/mc.2012-0096 Extrinsic Tau-Coupling and the Regulation of Interceptive Reaching Under Varying Task Constraints Joanne Smith * Madeleine Grealy * Gert-Jan Pepping * 10 2014 18 4 347 367 10.1123/mc.2013-0107 Influence of Emotion

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-and-Frame Illusion on the Timing of Forearm Rotations Janneke Lommertzen * Alexander M.J. van Zuijlen * Ruud G.J. Meulenbroek * Rob van Lier * 1 2009 13 1 54 68 10.1123/mcj.13.1.54 Task Constraints on Affordance Boundaries Stacy M. Lopresti-Goodman * Michael J. Richardson * Reuben M. Baron * Claudia

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518 534 10.1123/mc.2018-0060 mc.2018-0060 Task Constraints and Coordination Flexibility in Young Swimmers Ana F. Silva * Pedro Figueiredo * Sara Morais * João P. Vilas-Boas * Ricardo J. Fernandes * Ludovic Seifert * 1 10 2019 23 4 535 552 10.1123/mc.2018-0070 mc.2018-0070 Asymmetry of Body

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Research The Effects of Task Constraints on Visual Search Behavior and Decision-Making Skill in Youth Soccer Players Roel Vaeyens * Matthieu Lenoir * A. Mark Williams * Liesbeth Mazyn * Renaat M. Philippaerts * 4 2007 29 2 147 169 10.1123/jsep.29.2.147 Relational Efficacy Beliefs in

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Research Measuring Exercise Induced Affect in Adults with Brain Injuries Simon Driver * 1 2006 23 1 1 13 10.1123/apaq.23.1.1 Adaptations to Task Constraints in Catching by Boys with DCD Frederik J.A. Deconinck * Dirk De Clercq * Geert J.P. Savelsbergh * Rudy Van Coster * Ann Oostra

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Ring * 4 2013 35 2 132 143 10.1123/jsep.35.2.132 Perceptual-Cognitive Skills and Their Interaction as a Function of Task Constraints in Soccer André Roca * Paul R. Ford * Allistair P. McRobert * A. Mark Williams * 4 2013 35 2 144 155 10.1123/jsep.35.2.144 An Attachment Theory Perspective in the

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Cerebral Palsy Max G. Feltham * Annick Ledebt * Simon J. Bennett * Frederik J.A. Deconinck * Martine H.G. Verheul * Geert J.P. Savelsbergh * 1 2010 14 1 68 82 10.1123/mcj.14.1.68 Motor Abundance Contributes to Resolving Multiple Kinematic Task Constraints Geetanjali Gera * Sandra Freitas

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ORIGINAL RESEARCH Effect of Puck Mass as a Task Constraint on Skilled and Less-Skilled Ice Hockey Players Performance Joshua Nimmins * Ben Strafford * Joseph Stone * 1 04 2019 7 1 1 12 10.1123/jmld.2017-0058 jmld.2017-0058 Exploring the Neurophysiological Effects of Self-Controlled Practice

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Diane M. Ste-Marie

process of bringing these articles to fruition. References Ashford , D. , Bennett , S.J. , & Davids , K. ( 2006 ). Observational modeling effects for movement dynamics and movement outcome measures across differing task constraints: A meta-analysis . Journal of Motor Behavior, 38 , 185 – 205

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Karl M. Newell

; see Magill & Anderson, 2014 ). These classifications are primarily descriptive and unidimensional to a single perceptual-motor property of the task constraints and related to a respective theoretical emphasis of the time period. Furthermore, and of relevance to this paper, is that of the preceding