DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.6.1682

Visual Search, Prediction Ability and Brain Neural Mechanisms of Different of Female Volleyball Players

Yuchen Zhou

Abstract


In order to explore whether the experience within the role of movement influences information processing, this paper studies the visual search and prediction abilities of different women volleyball players and their brain neural mechanisms. A laboratory composing of a preparatory room, a master control room, and a test room was established. Subjects were required to perform experimental tasks in the test room alone. The results of multivariate analysis of variance showed that the main effect of the role was significant, indicating that different roles have different responses to different types of attacks. Volleyball players of different roles use different visual search strategies for visual search. The main attack team and the supporting attack team use short search durations more frequently for gaze duration.

Keywords


Volleyball, Visual Search, ERP

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