Anticipation in Sports Context
|Collaborators||Kazunobu Fukuhara (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Takahiro Ogata (Teikyo University)
Motonobu Ishii (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
|Grants||JSPS KAKENHI 19300218
JSPS KAKENHI 14380014
|Keywords||Anticipatory Cue, Sports Context, Visual Search, Kinematic Information, Computer Graphics, Motion Perturbation, Biological Motion, Visual Analogue Scale, Tennis|
|Outline||Expert players sense the intention of their opponent and make a correct decision very quickly. We attempt to make a quantitative estimation about the relation between opponent's motion and player's prediction by utilizing computer graphics display. Kinematic simulation is employed for creating the motion stimuli.|
|Publications||Ida H, Fukuhara K, Ishii M, Inoue T (2018): Anticipatory judgements associated with vision of an opponent's end-effector: An approach by motion perturbation and spatial occlusion. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 72(5), 1131-40.
Fukuhara K, Ida H, Ogata T, Ishii M, Higuchi T (2017): The role of proximal body information on anticipatory judgment in tennis using graphical information richness. PLoS One, 12(7), e0180985.
Ida H, Fukuhara K, Sawada M, Ishii M (2011): Quantitative relation between server motion and receiver anticipation in tennis: Implications of responses to computer-simulated motions. Perception, 40(10), 1221-36.