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“…According to Dreyfus, it is the more subtle and refined perception of what a situation affords that distinguishes an expert from a beginner. This view is reminiscent of what ecological psychologists have described as affordance-based control (e. g., Fajen, 2007). Consequently, goalkeeping expertise in penalty kicking would be more completely, and perhaps more accurately, conceived in terms of affordance-based control, rather than by recourse to rules.…”
Section: The Leading Approach: Saving Penalty Kicks Is a Perceptual Smentioning
confidence: 94%
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“…According to Dreyfus, it is the more subtle and refined perception of what a situation affords that distinguishes an expert from a beginner. This view is reminiscent of what ecological psychologists have described as affordance-based control (e. g., Fajen, 2007). Consequently, goalkeeping expertise in penalty kicking would be more completely, and perhaps more accurately, conceived in terms of affordance-based control, rather than by recourse to rules.…”
Section: The Leading Approach: Saving Penalty Kicks Is a Perceptual Smentioning
confidence: 94%
“…Affordance-based control theory asserts that actions are controlled by the perception of affordances (Fajen, 2005(Fajen, , 2007Fajen, Riley, & Turvey, 2008). Affordances are the possible actions that a situation offers (Gibson, 1979).…”
Section: The Affordance-based Control Theorymentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The current work in throwing extends the approach to understanding affordances in terms of dynamics as well (e.g. Bingham & Muchisky, 1995;Zhu & Bingham, 2008; see also Fajen, 2007 for a related discussion).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…The visual system's use of this information is twofold; it informs the visual guidance of action and is the basis for explicit perceptual experience. There is evidence that the visual system acts directly on changes in visual angles to guide action (for a review, see Fajen, 2007; Kamp, Oudejans, & Savelsbergh, 2003). However, our explicit perceptual experience cannot be comprised in these angular units.…”
Section: The Body As a Perceptual Rulermentioning
confidence: 99%