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Michael Ashford, Andrew Abraham, and Jamie Poolton

). The importance of player decision making is highlighted by the volume of research dedicated to better understanding it ( Araújo, Hristovski, Seifert, Carvalho, & Davids, 2019 ; Raab & Araújo, 2019 ; Toner, Montero, & Moran, 2015 ; Williams & Jackson, 2019 ). Despite the rigour and impact of this

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Stefanie Klatt and Nicholas J. Smeeton

Sensory modalities are generally classified by the physical stimulation that they are most sensitive to, such as light for vision, sound for hearing, or skin pressure for touch (cf. concept of sensory modalities by Müller, 1842 ). Most of the psychological literature related to decision making has

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Stefanie Hüttermann, Paul R. Ford, A. Mark Williams, Matyas Varga, and Nicholas J. Smeeton

access to the key information underpinning decision making (e.g.,  Williams, Davids, & Williams, 1999 ). Several different paradigms have been used to determine the breadth of visual attention, including, among others, the “useful field of view task” ( Wolfe, Dobres, Rosenholtz, & Reimer, 2017 ) and the

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Lisa Musculus, Jurek Bäder, Lukas Sander, and Tobias Vogt

Decision making is a well-established cognitive expertise factor in team sports ( Baker et al., 2003 ; Mann et al., 2007 ; Starkes et al., 2001 ). While expertise differences are widely acknowledged, indicating superior decision-making processes in experts as compared with near experts or novices

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Stefanie Hüttermann, Werner F. Helsen, Koen Put, and Daniel Memmert

department, police interventions, and air traffic control tower, or in daily situations like sitting in traffic or watching or playing sports, rapid decisions are essential and require fast and intuitive actions. Previous research on decision making has highlighted the importance of a well

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Jacinta M. Saldaris, Grant J. Landers, and Brendan S. Lay

Cognitive function is the performance of objective tasks that require conscious mental effort and is an emerging area in sport performance. Functions involving decision making, working memory, and executive control are important during many sporting situations and are explored in this study. In

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Patrick Ward, Johann Windt, and Thomas Kempton

, decisions arise when there are multiple realistic alternatives, with the risk of negative outcomes from taking the wrong position. 3 A prerequisite for effective decision making is reducing uncertainty surrounding the best course of action. Business intelligence units turn data into knowledge and have

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Jonathan A. Jensen and T. Bettina Cornwell

sponsorship decision-making. Unlike transactional marketing expenditures, international marketing partnerships such as global sponsorships require nurturance and ongoing maintenance or “sustentation” ( Cornwell, 2014 , p. 68) to ensure that the partnership achieves business objectives. Further, maintaining

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Jared Russell, Matt Beth, Danielle Wadsworth, Stephanie George, Wendy Wheeler, and Harald Barkhoff

Kinesiology administrators make a myriad of strategic decisions throughout their time in leadership. Standard strategic administrative and leadership decision-making processes include curriculum reviews, personnel evaluations, facility management, staff and faculty hiring, budgeting and financial

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Leonardo S. Fortes, Maicon R. Albuquerque, Heloiana K.C. Faro, Dalton de Lima-Júnior, Maria E.C. Ferreira, and Sebastião S. Almeida

encourage the use of tDCS in athletic routines ( Harris et al., 2019 ). A combination of general visual skills (e.g., visual search behavior) and performance-relevant perceptual-cognitive skills (e.g., decision making) are essential to elite athletes’ performance in team sports, mainly because those