. Enfin, les résultats des recherches récentes sur l'attention mettent en avant des préconisations pédagogiques qui questionnent les méthodes d'apprentissage et d'entraînement culturellement ancrées

, versus « innovantes » doit être évaluée pour pouvoir former les enseignants et les entraîneurs de façon pertinente Comme nous avons pu le mettre en évidence dans cette revue de littérature, les effets de l'attention sur la performance sportive sont complexes et font l'objet de nombreuses théories. Cependant, pour une mise en application efficace de ces théories, il convient d'approfondir les connaissances sur les processus attentionnels selon les différents axes proposés précédemment, L'efficacité de ces méthodes « classiques

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