Investigate Naturalistic Decision-Making of Football Players in Virtual Environment: Influence of Viewpoints in Recognition

Yohann Cardin 1 Cyril Bossard 1 Cédric Buche 2 Gilles Kermarrec 1
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Lab-STICC - Laboratoire des sciences et techniques de l'information, de la communication et de la connaissance
Abstract : Introduction: The study of underlying processes of decision-making in dynamic situation, whether in work or in sport, is essential to the development of training tools. Virtual simulations are both key tools to study these processes and training. Method: Our work consisted in analysing the players' naturalistic decision-making in the virtual simulator CoPeFoot and the influence that changes of viewpoint can have on it. Behavioural data were recorded from six players in two different views (immersive and external), supplemented by verbal data collected during self-confrontation interviews. Results: A content analysis of the data revealed that in situations with strict time constraints, the players, to make decision, used twenty four schemata which facilitated the recognition of game situations. Discussion: These results points to the dynamic aspect of decision-making activity in the simulator and the consistency with the findings of studies in natural situations and the homogeneity for immersive and external views.
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Yohann Cardin, Cyril Bossard, Cédric Buche, Gilles Kermarrec. Investigate Naturalistic Decision-Making of Football Players in Virtual Environment: Influence of Viewpoints in Recognition. NDM11, the 11th International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, May 2013, Marseille, France. pp.109-117. ⟨hal-00830420⟩

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