Y A Fery
- Kinesthetic and visual image in modeling closed motor skills: the example of the tennis serveY A Fery
Rene Descartes University, UFR STAPS Department of Sport Sciences, Paris
Percept Mot Skills 90:707-22. 2000..The results support the contention that the motor system can program closed skills more easily when one can represent efficiently the kinesthetic image of its later execution...
- When will the ball rebound? Evidence for the usefulness of mental analogues in appraising the duration of motionsY A Fery
Laboratoire des Sciences du Sport, Universite Rene Descartes, France
Br J Psychol 91:259-73. 2000..Results showed the importance of visuospatial analogous representations. However, a spatial representation seems to allow better memorization of motion duration...
- Attenuation of alignment effect with exocentric encoding of locationY A Fery
Laboratoire des Sciences du Sport, UFR STAPS, Universite Rene Descartes, Paris, France
Perception 29:789-99. 2000..We conclude that when an object's location is intentionally referred to in an exocentric reference frame, alignment effect can be significantly reduced...
- On the tactical significance of game situations in anticipating ball trajectories in tennisY A Fery
Department of Sport Sciences, University of Rene Descartes
Res Q Exerc Sport 72:143-9. 2001..Results showed that the essential anticipative information is contained in the view of the opponent's stroke movements, whatever the tactical significance of the situation...
- Enhancing the control of force in putting by video game trainingY A Fery
Rene Descartes University, Cognition et Motricité, Paris, France
Ergonomics 44:1025-37. 2001..Results are discussed in the context of how vision may convey force cues in sports video games...