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Leonie Oostwoud Wijdenes, Eli Brenner, and Jeroen B.J. Smeets

This study set out to determine whether the fastest online hand movement corrections are only responses to changing judgments of the targets’ position or whether they are also influenced by the apparent target motion. Introducing a gap between when a target disappears and when it reappears at a new position in a double-step paradigm disrupts the apparent motion, so we examined the influence of such a gap on the intensity of the response. We found that responses to target perturbations with disrupted apparent motion were less vigorous. The response latency was 10 ms shorter when there was a gap, which might be related to the gap effect that has previously been described for initiating eye and hand movements.

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Thorben Hülsdünker, Clara Rentz, Diemo Ruhnow, Hannes Käsbauer, Heiko K. Strüder, and Andreas Mierau

compared with the control group. This performance should be accompanied by a larger N2 latency reduction in the intervention group, indicating a stronger acceleration of cortical visual motion perception/processing following stroboscopic training. Methods Subjects and Ethics A total of 10 (5 intervention

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Michal Vágner, Zdeněk Bílek, Karel Sýkora, Vladimír Michalička, Lubomír Přívětivý, Miloš Fiala, Adam Maszczyk, and Petr Stastny

Rifle shooting is a fine motor control task that requires the combination of visual, vestibular, and self-motion perception. This combination became extremely important in activities of emergency tactical personnel such as patrol soldiers or police officers in their duties, where the typical action

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Nicholas J. Smeeton, Matyas Varga, Joe Causer, and A. Mark Williams

specification of dynamics through biological motion perception presents one conceptual account of these affects ( Runeson & Frykholm, 1983 ). The summation of rotational forces gives rise to angular acceleration of body segments toward the end effector originating proximally (to the dominant axis of rotation

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Thorben Hülsdünker, Martin Ostermann, and Andreas Mierau

to visual motion perception and processing. Furthermore, since balls where played to the forehand or backhand side, we hypothesized differences in N2 and N2-r laterality between the two task conditions. Methods Subjects and Ethics A total of 18 international junior table tennis players (9 male and 9

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Julien Le Gal, Mickael Begon, Benoit Gillet, and Isabelle Rogowski

glenohumeral internal rotation increases. This growth phase in association with regular tennis training for 5 weeks resulted in no significant changes in glenohumeral internal rotation range of motion, perception of shoulder instability, and serve performance. As the training content and workload were

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A. Mark Williams and Bradley Fawver

motion perception as a function of expertise in badminton (198 cites), and the publication by Roca, Ford, McRobert, and Williams ( 2013 ) in the Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology that explores the impact of task constraints on anticipation in soccer (201 cites). These papers illustrate the

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James W. Roberts, Nicholas Gerber, Caroline J. Wakefield, and Philip J. Simmonds

Movement Science, 24 ( 5–6 ), 760 – 773 . PubMed ID: 16223538 doi:10.1016/j.humov.2005.09.002 10.1016/j.humov.2005.09.002 Merigan , W.H. , Byrne , C.E. , & Maunsell , J.H. ( 1991 ). Does primate motion perception depend on the magnocellular pathway? Journal of Neuroscience, 11 ( 11 ), 3422

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Lin Li, Yanxia Li, Chang-hong Wu, and Hao Fu

-014-1186-2 Weiler , H.T. , & Awiszus , F. ( 2000 ). Differences between motion-direction perception and unspecific motion perception in the human knee joint . Experimental Brain Research, 132 ( 4 ), 523 – 530 . PubMed ID: 10912833 doi:10.1007/s002210000378 10.1007/s002210000378 Winward , C.E. , Halligan

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Jordan A. Carlson, J. Aaron Hipp, Jacqueline Kerr, Todd S. Horowitz, and David Berrigan

), 1 – 14 . doi:10.1145/2897824.2925981 10.1145/2897824.2925981 Thornton , I.M. , Rensink , R.A. , & Shiffrar , M. ( 2002 ). Active versus passive processing of biological motion . Perception, 31 ( 7 ), 837 – 853 . PubMed ID: 12206531 doi:10.1068/p3072 10.1068/p3072 Torralba , A. , Russell