Year of Publication
Date of Thesis
Master of Science
Exercise and Sport Sciences
Sex differences; Tennis players -- Psychology; Visual perception -- Testing; Attention -- Testing
This study examined varying aspects of cognitive processing in tennis players with responses on attentional scales used to elucidate any differences between players of different skill level and gender. In addition, visual perceptual ability and cue utilization capacities were assessed via the Visual Perceptual Test (VPT) and the Cue Utilization Questionnaire (CUT:T), which was designed, specifically for this investigation.
Clark, Matthew Owen, "Gender differences in visuo-attentional styles in elite and novice tennis players" (2001). Ithaca College Theses. 52.