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Influencer les jugements de l'adversaire au cours des interactions sportives compétitives: Un exemple en tennis de table

Abstract : This study analysed the masking activity of table tennis players, and any activity attempting to influence opponent's perceptions. We studied the activity of five French table tennis players during national matches in reference to the course of action theory (Theureau, 1992). Matches were videotaped, and the players' verbalizations as they viewed the tapes were collected a posteriori. The data were analysed by 1) transcribing the players' actions and verbalizations, 2) decomposing their activity into elementary units of meaning, and 3) analysing the meaningful structures of the course of action. The results showed that a large part of the table tennis players activity attempts to influence opponent's judgments. This activity aims to 1) modify the opponent's emotional experience, and 2) influence the opponent's perception of adversarial relationship. It is expressed through strokes and behaviors not related to the game. Our results lead to a new perspective of table tennis matches analysis in term of collective activity and "shared context" (Salembier and Zouinar, 2004)
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G. Poizat, C. Sève, C. Rossard. Influencer les jugements de l'adversaire au cours des interactions sportives compétitives: Un exemple en tennis de table. European Review of Applied Psychology / Revue Européenne de Psychologie Appliquée, Elsevier, 2006, 56 (3), pp.167-178. ⟨10.1016/j.erap.2005.09.003⟩. ⟨hal-00561063⟩

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