Team cognition in sport: A case study of forms of sharing in a highly interdependent soccer team during competitive interactions

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serval:BIB_4A040A4D414B
Type
Article: article from journal or magazin.
Collection
Publications
Title
Team cognition in sport: A case study of forms of sharing in a highly interdependent soccer team during competitive interactions
Journal
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology
Author(s)
Gesbert V., Durny A.
ISSN
1041-3200 (Print)
1533-1571 (Online)
Publication state
Published
Issued date
31/01/2017
Pages
NA
Language
english
Abstract
This case study was designed to investigate the forms of sharing on a soccer team during matches. Specifically, we focused on how objectives and contextual information were shared between players during offensive transition situations. Data were collected and processed using a procedure for psycho-phenomenological analysis (Vermersch, 2012). The results describe how the changing relationships between objective and contextual information sharing affected team coordination. We discuss the factors underlying the emergence of these forms of sharing and how they changed (i.e., the level of interdependence between players’ actions), and we offer soccer coaches some practical applications.
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