A influência das habilidades perceptivo-cognitivas sobre a eficiência do comportamento tático em jogadores de futebol
O presente estudo teve por objetivo verificar se há diferenças nas habilidades de antecipação, tomada de decisão (TD) e nas estratégias de busca visual (BV) de acordo com a Eficiência do Comportamento Tático (ECT) em jogadores de futebol com similar tempo de prática deliberada. Foram avaliados 90 jo...
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Universidade Federal de Viçosa
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|Citação:||ASSIS, João Vitor. A influência das habilidades perceptivo-cognitivas sobre a eficiência do comportamento tático em jogadores de futebol. 2016. 96 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Educação Física) - Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Viçosa. 2016.|
|Resumo inglês:||The present study aimed to verify if the anticipation, decision-making, and visual search strategies differ according to tactical behavior efficiency between soccer players with similar deliberate practice in soccer. We assessed 90 youth male soccer players from Minas Gerais’ clubs with mean age of 14 ± 1.06 years and average deliberate practice time of 5,12 ± 2,7 years. Data were collected throught FUT-SAT for assessment of tactical behavior efficiency, video simulations tests to examine anticipation and decision making, and the Mobile Eye-XG to analysis of visual search strategies. The soccer players evaluated were grouped into two categories: More and Less Tactically Efficient. For assessment of anticipation and decision making, we resorted to the following measures: correct actions, correct actions directions and total test score. For the assessment of visual search strategies we used the following measures: number of fixations, duration, fixation locations and saccadic movements. In the first paper the aim was to verify if the anticipation and visual search strategies differ into the groups. The results suggest that the anticipation and visual search strategies differ between the groups. The Tactically More Efficient soccer players are better in anticipating and employ a higher number of fixations and short term fixations, preferably on the player in possession, in comparison with Tactically Less Efficient soccer players. In the second paper the aim was to verify if the decision-making and visual search strategies differ into the groups. Results suggest that decision-making and visual search strategies differ between the groups. The Tactically More Efficient soccer players have better decision-making and employ a higher number of fixations and short term fixations, preferably on opposite soccer players, in comparison to the Tactically Less Efficient players. Therefore, it is concluded that in relation to tactical behavior efficiency of soccer players with similar deliberate practice, there are differences in anticipation, decision-making and visual search strategies.|