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Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews:
doi: 10.1097/JES.0b013e318259ad37

Peripheral Visual Perception During Exercise: Why We Cannot See

Ando, Soichi

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Peripheral visual perception may be relevant to performance in sports. Peripheral visual perception seems to be impaired during strenuous exercise. The hypothesis proposed is that a decrease in cerebral oxygenation is associated with impairment in peripheral visual perception during strenuous exercise. Recent behavioral and physiological data are presented to support the hypothesis.

©2013 The American College of Sports Medicine


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