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Part 5 attempts to tie all gaze behavior research together. We discuss how batters potentially see the ball and how we can use this information to more efficiently develop our athletes. Slide 1: How do world-class cricket batsmen anticipate a bowler's intention? (Muller, Abernethy, and Farrow, 2006) Moment-of-ball release identification by cricket batsmen (Adams and Gibson, 1989) Perceptual abilities of experienced and inexperienced cricket batsmen in differentiating between left hand and right hand bowling deliveries (McRobert and Tayler, 2005) Advance cue utilisation by skilled cricket batsmen(Abernethy and Russell, 1984) Visual Search Strategies of Baseball Batters: Eye Movements During The Preparatory Phase Of Batting (Kato and Fakudo, 2010) Quiet Eye research – Joan Vickers on target (CISS Target Article, 2016) Slide 2: "Markov at the Bat": A Model of Cognitive Processing in Baseball Batters (Gray, 2002) The Moneyball Problem: What is the Best Way to Present Situational Statistics to an Athlete? (Gray, 2015) Slide 4: Unconfounding the direction of motion in depth, time to passage and rotation rate of an approaching object (Gray and Regan, 2006) Baseball Spin and Pitchers' Performance (Kanosue, Nagami, Higuchi, Maekawa, and Yanai, 2014) Slide 5: The Perceptual Illusion of Baseball's Rising Fastball and Breaking Curveball (Bahill and Karnavas, 1993) Slicing and dicing the strike zone by pitch (Marchi, 2009- Hardball Times) Does the brain model Newton's laws? (McIntyre, Zago, Berthoz, and Lacquanti, 2001) Top Image Accessed via NASA Tumblr (nasa.tumblr.com/post/138886145114/7-sports-astronauts-love-without-gravity) Slide 6: Looking at Pitches Through the Batter’s Eyes (Letzner, 2011)
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