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    edited by Beth Louise Parkin.
    Intro -- Real-World Applications in Cognitive Neuroscience -- Copyright -- Contributors -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Science of perception, decision making and fatigue in the maritime industry -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Perception at sea -- 2.1. Attention -- 2.2. Working in night lighting conditions -- 2.3. Lighting -- 2.4. What and where -- 2.5. Visual size and distance -- 3. Decision making at sea -- 3.1. Communication and culture -- 3.2. Trusting our guts -- 3.3. Group decisions -- 3.4. Fatigue -- 4. Conclusion: Using neuroscience to improve safety at sea -- Acknowledgments 2.3.1. Menstrual cycle mapping -- 2.4. Physiological training data -- 2.4.1. Physiological data analysis -- 2.5. Decision making tests -- 2.5.1. Cambridge gambling task (CGT) -- 2.5.2. CGT analysis -- 2.6. Qualitative methodology -- 2.6.1. Semi-structured interviews -- 2.6.2. Interview analysis -- 3. Results -- 3.1. Physiological data results -- 3.1.1. Whole group -- 3.1.2. Naturally menstruating group & oral contraceptive user groups -- 3.1.3. Individual participant analysis -- 3.2. Decision making results -- 3.2.1. Impulsivity -- 3.2.2. Risk taking -- 3.2.3. Response time -- 3.2.4. Error rates 3.3. Semi-structured interviews results -- 3.4. Results summary -- 4. Discussion -- 4.1. Physiological performance -- 4.1.1. Cognitive changes -- 4.1.2. Use of oral contraceptives as a management strategy -- 4.1.3. Recommendations -- 4.1.4. Competition and the menstrual cycle -- 4.1.5. Psychological management -- 4.1.6. Oral contraceptive use -- 4.1.7. Individual monitoring -- 4.2. Some limitations -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Assessing decision-making in elite academy footballers using real-world video clips -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Methods and materials -- 2.1. Participants 2.2. Experimental design -- 2.3. Statistical analysis -- 3. Results -- 3.1. Correlation between performance on the task and coaches opinion in all participants -- 3.2. Correlation between performance on the task and coaches opinion in the U16 group -- 3.3. Correlation between performance on the task and coaches opinion in the U18 group -- 3.4. Correlation between performance on the task and coaches opinion in the U23 group -- 4. Discussion -- References -- Chapter 5: Assessing decision making using 2D animations in elite academy footballers -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Method and materials
    Digital Access  ScienceDirect 2020