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The number of shots made were recorded and a one-way ANOVA was used to determine differences between gender. Repeated measures ANOVAs were used to determine differences between conditions in shooting performance and to identify differences in gender by condition. Participants also had better shooting percentages in the music condition compared to negative and positive feedback. Silence and music yielded significantly better shooting percentage compared to positive and negative feedback; however, these conditions did not necessarily mimic in-game conditions. Further research must be conducted on player performance during game time situations with negative and positive feedback from the crowd i. Music and motor behavior have been studied since the early s
Effects of asynchronous music on flow states and shooting Design: An idiographic single-subject multiple baselines across-subjects design was employed Wollman,. Methods: The participants comprised three collegiate netball players who were asked to complete Each trial involved taking 12 shots from lines located at three shooting positi on s. Participants received the interventi on. In additi on , participants indicated that the interventi on. Keywords: Optimal experience; Interventi on ; Emoti on al c on trol.
Embed Size px x x x x Objectives: To examine the effects of self-selected asynchronous background music on flow and netballshooting performance in three netball players. Based on the research of Karageorghis and Terry itwas hypothesized that music would promote flow and would therefore have a positive impact on netballshooting performance. Design: An idiographic single-subject multiple baselines across-subjects design was employed Wollman, The rationale centred upon the work of Patrick and Hrycaiko who indicated that single-subject designs were the most appropriate methodology for applied research.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Karageorghis and R. Abstract Objectives : To examine the effects of self-selected asynchronous background music on flow and netball shooting performance in three netball players.
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