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Movement Models from Sports Reveal Fundamental Insights into Coordination Processes

Davids, Keith1; Renshaw, Ian2; Glazier, Paul3

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Trends for studying coordination and control have shifted from simple movement models toward complex, multijoint actions in sports such as cricket. Use of such movement models exemplifies the nature of interacting constraints that shape emergence of coordination and control processes as proposed by dynamical systems theory and ecological psychology.

©2005 The American College of Sports Medicine


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