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Behrouz Abedini A M, Shahbazi M, ArabAmeri E, Shahintab M. The Effect of Imagery, Observation and Execution of the Pattern in the Field on the Performance of the Regulated Games of Skilled Basketball Players. CPJ 2022; 9 (4) : 131
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University of Tehran , shahbazimehdi@ut.ac.ir
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The effectiveness of different educational methods in learning different types of motor skills has been considered. However, comparisons of these methods in regulated team sports games have been less studied. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to compare the three educational methods of imagery, observation, and execution of in-field pattern on the performance of regulated games in skilled basketball players.15 players working in the country's Super League and Premier League competitions participated in this study with available access. The players were divided into 3 teams of 5 players according to the position of the game and were subjected to one of three training conditions in each stage based on random classification; So that each team performed all three methods randomly in each stage. Each condition included 1 practice session and a written and practical test session (after 24 hours). The players observed each tactic 3 times in the observation conditions; In terms of imagery, 3 trials were made for each tactic, and the execution conditions included 3 slow execution of tactics inside the field. The results of mixed analysis of variance 3 (training method) in 2 (written and practical test) showed that the execution method compared to observation and imagery causes better performance in regulated games (P <0.05); Also in the written test, the observation method scored higher than the imagery (P <0.05). Therefore, it seems that the field execution method for teaching team tactics in skilled players, has a greater advantage than the observation and imagery method, but the mental imagery is also more effective in acquiring knowledge of team tactics than observation.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Motor Behavior and Sports Psychology
Received: 2021/08/26 | Accepted: 2022/01/30 | Published: 2022/02/6

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