Content restricted

Part 4 goes over more contemporary research on gaze behavior and highlight some of the shortcoming within this field of analysis. Slide 1: The Head Tracks and Gaze Predicts: How the World's Best Batters Hit (Mann, Spratford, and Abernethy, 2013) Image Accessed via 3AW.com Slides 2,3,&4: The influence of ball-swing on the timing and coordination of a natural interceptive task (Sarpeshkr, Mann, Spratford, and Abernethy, 2017) Visual strategies underpinning the development of visual-motor expertise when hitting a ball (Sarpeshkr, Mann, and Abernethy, 2017) Slide 5: A method to monitor eye and head tracking movements in college baseball players (Fogt and Zimmerman, 2014) Slide 6: Head-eye movement of collegiate baseball batters during fastball hitting (Higuchi, Nagami, Nakata, and Kanosue, 2018) Slide 7: Contribution of Visual Information about Ball Trajectory to Baseball Hitting Accuracy (Higuchi et al, 2016)
This content is only available to members. Sign up by purchasing DrivelinePLUS or log in to your account.