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Derrick D. Brown, Jurjen Bosga, and Ruud G.J. Meulenbroek

metronome and mirror use on performing improvised movement in the upper body. We expected that mirror use would yield lower AIM values. Furthermore, we expected that the metronome would prompt more predictable movement variation patterns and, thus, lower SEn values. Methods Participants A total of 10 ( N

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Danilo Bondi, Sergio Di Sano, Vittore Verratti, Giampiero Neri, Tiziana Aureli, and Tiziana Pietrangelo

relatively unpredictable environment (e.g., tennis and volleyball), whereas closed skills sports are based on relatively predictable movement patterns (e.g., gymnastics and swimming) ( Nuri, Shadmehr, Ghotbi, & Attarbashi Moghadam, 2013 ). We then obtained four categories: no sport, recent engagement, open