Mind and motion : the bidirectional link between thought and action / edited by Markus Raab, Joseph G. Johnson, Hauke R. Heekeren.
Contributor(s): Raab, Markus [editor.] | Johnson, Joseph G [editor.] | Heekeren, Hauke R [editor.]Material type: TextSeries: Progress in brain research: v. 174.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2009Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 332 pages) : illustrations, photographContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780080886145; 0080886140; 9780444533562; 0444533567; 1282168215; 9781282168213Subject(s): Brain | Nervous system | Brain -- Research | Nervous system -- Research | Locomotion | Brain -- physiology | Cognition -- physiology | Decision Making | Motor Activity -- physiology | Psychomotor Performance | MEDICAL -- Physiology | SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Human Anatomy & Physiology | Brain | Brain -- Research | Nervous system | Nervous system -- Research | Bewegung | Motorisches LernenGenre/Form: Congress. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 612.04 LOC classification: QP376 | .P9174 2009ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
How are the choice options and their consequences perceived and represented? -- Grounding cognition in action: expertise, comprehension, and judgment -- On the relativity of athletic performance: a comparison on performance judgments in sports -- Cognitive movement scientist's view on the link between thought and action: insights from the Badische Zimmer metaphor -- Perceiving and moving in sports and other high-pressure contexts -- How do people perceive and generate options? -- How the orbitofrontal cortex contributes to decision making: a view from neuroscience -- Perceiving the intentions of others: how do skilled performers make anticipation judgments? -- Bidirectional links between decision making, perception, and action -- How are these options evaluated and an intended course of action selected? -- Irrationality in action: do soccer players and goalkeepers fail to learn how to best perform during a penalty kick? -- Getting around: making fast and frugal navigation decisions -- Crossmodal interaction in speeded responses: time window of integration model -- Embodied cognition of movement decisions: a computational modeling approach -- Multiple-cue learning approach as the basis for understanding and improving soccer referees' decision making -- Conceptual framework for studying emotions-cognitions-performance linkage under conditions that vary in perceived pressure -- Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection -- How do motoric realities shape, and become shaped by, the way people evaluate and select potential courses of action? Toward a unitary framework of embodied decision making -- How is a cognitively intended course of action physically implemented? -- Perceptual decision making: a bidirectional link between mind and motion -- Motor imagery and its implications for understanding the motor system -- Cognitive nature of action: functional links between cognitive psychology, movement science, and robotics -- Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance -- Biases and optimality of sensory-motor and cognitive decisions -- Advances in coupling perception and action: the quiet eye as a bidirectional link between gaze, attention, and action -- Juggling with the brain: thought and action in the human motor system -- How are actions physically implemented? -- Mind and motion: surveying successes and stumbles in looking ahead.
An interdisciplinary look at the interaction between the mind and body in motion.
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