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Recognition within the decision-making process: A case study from expert volleyball players

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This article reports on decision-making under time pressure conditions. It aims at testing the Recognition-Primed Decision model with regard to volleyball. Seven male expert players participated in this study. A match was videotaped; each player was interviewed in a self-confrontation interview. Inductive and deductive analysis revealed three main results. The first showed that their decision-making was based on a recognition process of the situation typicality. The second emphasized that this process had four by-products: (a) expectations, (b) relevant cues, (c) plausible goals and, (d) typical action. The players did not equally report these by-products. The third main result showed that the decisions were largely prearranged, they consisted of an association between a typical situation and a typical action, the typical action was then adapted to the current situation. The results are discussed in relation to the Recognition-Primed Decision model and to research that has considered decision-making.
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hal-01713145 , version 1 (20-02-2018)

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Anne-Claire Macquet. Recognition within the decision-making process: A case study from expert volleyball players. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 2009, 21 (1), pp.64-79. ⟨10.1080/10413200802575759⟩. ⟨hal-01713145⟩

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