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Maryam Abdolshai, Ahmad Farokhi, Ali Akbar Jaberi Moghadan, Seyed Mohammad Kazem Vaez Mosavi, Anooshiravan Kazemnejad,
Volume 3, Issue 5 (4-2013)

Recent evidence suggest that massive amount of practice of a skill results in the development of a specific memory representation that is distinguished by its enhanced performance capability relative to the other members of the same class that is uniqe and termed 'Especial Skill'. This study aimed to investigate the emergence of special skill and reevaluation the visual-context hypothesis using badminton players in three skill levels (expert, skilled, less-experienced). Subjects (10 players in each group, mean age=23.12 ±3.85 years) performered 100 backhand short serves at five distances (1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5 meters from net) in each of environmental conditions (normal and covered court). The regression analyze showed that accuracy in skilled group at 2 meters distance was significantly better than predicted by regression equation, supporting the especial Skill effect, but it wasn’t showed in two other groups. This specific advantage of practice at this point was not emerged at absence of visual cues that supported the visual-context hypothesis.
Masoud Freydoni, Ebrahim Alidost Ghahfarokhi,
Volume 10, Issue 19 (8-2020)

The aim of current study was providing a model of the effect of emotional commitment and continued commitment on customers’ going to buy and Support intention. The statistical population was the whole consumers of Enghelab sport complex of Tehran that based on the number of questions of questionnaires (30 questions) 300 samples were selected. With reviewing the literature of the study, the primary research model was designed and based on that, the questionnaire was made and validity of questionnaire was confirmed by some academic experts and factor analysis. For analyzing the data, was used SEM (Structural equation modeling). The results from the model was shown emotional and continued commitment have effects on going to buy and customers’ support intention. Also, the model has goodness and high fitness and shown that the designed relationships of variables had been logical on research theoretical base. Focus on the result, was suggested to make customers commitment, and should be considered to serving customers and suppliers expectations in line with expectations and beyond their expectations that consequently has increased purchase intention and support customers of Enghelab Sports Complex.


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