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Thomas Hausegger, Christian Vater and Ernst-Joachim Hossner

used by martial arts athletes or if covert attention is solely directed to peripheral locations. The relatively high gaze-anchoring position in the Start phase demonstrates that the athletes definitely made use of peripheral vision to pick up information from the arms and, especially, from the legs

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Greg Wood, Samuel J. Vine, Johnny Parr and Mark R. Wilson

, this dissociation is likely to have implications for the overt and covert attentional processes used during QE durations. Unlike typical aiming skills where the target is fixated during (e.g., darts) or before (e.g., golf putting) the critical movement using overt attentional processes (via foveal

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Emmanuel Ducrocq, Mark Wilson, Tim J. Smith and Nazanin Derakshan

results support this contention in an interception task. The importance of maintaining a later QE is related to the suggestion that overt gaze shifts from an object to be struck (e.g., a ball) are preceded by a covert attentional shift occurring earlier ( Vickers & Williams, 2007 ). Maintaining a later QE