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Answer : fixate 22. Research evidence shows that the visual system can search the environment and automatically extract ________ features of the environment. Answer : invariant 23. Highly skilled free throw shooters in basketball exhibit a final eye movement fixation just prior to releasing the ball that is known as the eye. Answer : quiet True-False 24. The study of attention as it relates to the learning and performance of motor skills involves issues related to the simultaneous performance of multiple activities and the selection of relevant information in the performance environment. Answer : True 25. Kahneman’s model of attention proposes that the mental resources needed to perform activities must come from one central pool that can vary in its capacity. Answer : True 26. The dual-task procedure is commonly used to evaluate a person’s attention focus. Answer : False
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27. Attention focused on one’s own movements typically leads to better skill performance than attention focused on the intended outcome of the skill. Answer : False 28. The feature integration theory is a prominent theory to explain how we select certain cues in the performance environment and ignore others. Answer : True 29. According to research studies of putting in golf, skilled golfers typically are not consciously aware of their eye movements during putting. Answer : True 30. General vision training programs facilitate the use of effective visual search strategies more successfully than activity-specific visual training programs. Answer : False
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  • Fall '16
  • eye movement, Feature integration theory, Richard A. Magill

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