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Public Health and Sport Sciences

Quiet eye and quiet eye training

We have been at the forefront of using mobile eye trackers to test how anxiety can influence visuomotor control, via disruptions to task-specific attentional control (the quiet eye), for over ten years.

We have developed:

  1. an enhanced understanding of the specific attentional processes that underpin expert visuomotor skilled performance, including their measurement (using eye tracking technology) and explanation (using psychological theory);
  2. evidence in support of a specific and bespoke form of attentional control training (quiet eye training) that may enhance learning and improve motor skill robustness.

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Consultancy and training

With substantial experience in applying quiet eye training to militarysurgicalclinical and sporting domains we are able to offer a bespoke consultancy service for businesses or researchers, as well as a complete training package via our links with Cineon Training.