Title

視覺情境對羽球發球落點預期準確率影響之研究

Translated Titles

A Study on the Effect of Visual Conditions to the Anticipation for Badminton Serve Locations

Authors

古雅婷(Ya-Ting Ku);溫卓謀(Cho-Mou Wen)

Key Words

羽球 ; 預期 ; 視覺情境 ; 動態光點 ; badminton ; anticipation ; visual conditions ; dynamic point-light

PublicationName

屏東教大運動科學學刊

Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

5期(2009 / 08 / 01)

Page #

65 - 75

Content Language

繁體中文

Chinese Abstract

Purpose: This stuy control the visual conditions (actual image and point-light image) to understand the location anticipation accuracy for badminton serve. Method: Purposive Sampling. At first, 12 elite badminton players were recruited as the participants (Age: 24.4±5.3 years old; Experience: 13.3±4.0 years) watching the film of how one badminton player served , which was processed to actual images and point-light images afterwards by using Motion Capture System (Qualisys Track Manager) and DV camcorder as apparatuses. These players were required to observe and to predict the location. The anticipation accuracy will become the dependent variable of this research after been calculated. By making use of one-sample t test, we will examine the effect on participants' anticipation of actual images and point-light images, and paired-sample t test to examine for participant anticipation accuracy of actual images and point-light images. Results: 1. No matter in actual image (54.7%±13.7%) or point-light image (50.5%±15.3%), there are significant anticipation effect on participants anticipation accuracy. 2. There is no significant difference between actual image and point-light image for anticipation accuracy of the serve location. Conclusions: 1. The elite badminton players are able to predict the location by using the information that the actual image and point-light image provided. 2. The results of the study provide evidence to support the invariant property of information that the point-light display of the sever movement offers sufficient information for identifying the location.

English Abstract

Purpose: This stuy control the visual conditions (actual image and point-light image) to understand the location anticipation accuracy for badminton serve. Method: Purposive Sampling. At first, 12 elite badminton players were recruited as the participants (Age: 24.4±5.3 years old; Experience: 13.3±4.0 years) watching the film of how one badminton player served , which was processed to actual images and point-light images afterwards by using Motion Capture System (Qualisys Track Manager) and DV camcorder as apparatuses. These players were required to observe and to predict the location. The anticipation accuracy will become the dependent variable of this research after been calculated. By making use of one-sample t test, we will examine the effect on participants' anticipation of actual images and point-light images, and paired-sample t test to examine for participant anticipation accuracy of actual images and point-light images. Results: 1. No matter in actual image (54.7%±13.7%) or point-light image (50.5%±15.3%), there are significant anticipation effect on participants anticipation accuracy. 2. There is no significant difference between actual image and point-light image for anticipation accuracy of the serve location. Conclusions: 1. The elite badminton players are able to predict the location by using the information that the actual image and point-light image provided. 2. The results of the study provide evidence to support the invariant property of information that the point-light display of the sever movement offers sufficient information for identifying the location.

Topic Category 社會科學 > 體育學