Activity and Elite Acrobatic Performances

Hauw Denis
Language of the article : French
DOI: 10.3406/intel.2009.1198
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 This article describes cognitive analysis of elite acrobatic performances. Three paradigms are presented and illustrated by theoretical and methodological principles, results they provide and the practical implications for sport sciences. The analysis shows that the study of acrobatic performances has progressively used more complex models that take into considerations subject-environment interactions and consciousness in action. These evolving perspectives lead to modify conceptions of the expertise and training zaconsiderations in elite sport.



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Hauw Denis (2009/2). Activity and Elite Acrobatic Performances. In Fleurance Philippe (Eds), High-level Performance in Sport and Cognition, Intellectica, 52, (pp.55-70), DOI: 10.3406/intel.2009.1198.