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Massad Ayoob. Attention, Perception and Memory. Elizabeth Styles. We conducted a paired samples t-tests to compare response times between congruent and incongruent trials. Consistently with our hypothesis on responses times, the results revealed that participants were slower in making their predictions for the incongruent stimuli compared to the congruent ones; this was reasonably due to the conflict between auditory and visual information.
The results for incongruent trials can be interpreted in different ways: on the one hand, it is possible that athletes relied more on auditory information than on visual information; on the other hand, it is possible that they relied on visual information, but misinterpreted it. The results for congruent trials suggest that early information might be insufficient to promote an accuracy higher than the chance. However, we cannot exclude that some early information can be used to discriminate between long and short serves and that the poor performance we observed in Experiment 1 derives from the interference of one source of information over the other one.
As a consequence, in Experiment 2 we investigated auditory and visual information separately. To this purpose, participants were required to perform the same task of Experiment 1, but in this case they could rely either on auditory information alone or on visual information alone. In light of the results of Sors and colleagues [ 30 ], we hypothesized to observe both faster and more accurate predictions when participants could rely on auditory information than when they could rely on visual information.
Twenty-one volleyball players 16 females, 5 males , different from those who participated in Experiment 1, took part in the present experiment. The protocol was approved by the Ethics Committee of the University of Trieste, and the experiment was carried out in accordance with its recommendations. Written informed consent was obtained from each participant prior to the beginning of the experiment. The same 20 serves selected for Experiment 1 were also considered for the present experiment.