Research Study: The golfing mind

 

Be a part of a Ph.D study through La Trobe University on “The relationship between visual perception and performance in golf”. 

Participants will be required to undergo an MRI at Swinburne University and look at some videos for approximately 1 hour.  The findings will hope to compare brain activation to specific golf related videos to people who have never played golf. This is very exciting research and has quite a bit to offer in terms of understanding the inner workings of the golfing mind.

Georgina Amos is conducting the research as part of her  Ph.D candidature through La Trobe university and those interested in taking part should contact her on 0437 179 488.

For the participant information statement, please click here.

Golf Study (La Trobe Uni)




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