Comparing the effects of Neurofeedback and mental imagery practiceon on performance and learning in darts skill
IntroductionThe purpose of this study was to compare the effect of neurofeedback and mental imagery practice on the performance and learning in darts skill.
MethodsTo achieve this aim, the right-handed, female students of physical education at Urmia University, who had no history of neurofeedback training, mental imagery and darts throwing, 24 individuals were randomly selected and were randomly divided into three groups of 8 people for mental imagery, neurofeedback and control groups. Exercise protocol was done 3 times a week for 5 weeks was and then post-test was performed. Retention test was performed 5 days after the last training session. Findings: Two-way ANOVA with repeated measures revealed that although the participants, performance progressed in the acquisition of both mental imagery and neurofeedback, no significant difference was found between the experimental groups at this stage. On the other hand, the main effect of the test processes was significant in this study but the main effect and interaction of the test group and control group was not significant statistically.
ConclusionRegarding the findings of this study, the role of mental imagery and neurofeedback receives more attention and their use is recommended along with physical exercises for darts throwing.
Journal of Neuropsychology, Volume:1 Issue:1, 2015
86 - 103
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