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  • Book
    edited by Beth Louise Parkin.
    Contents:
    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