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Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences
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Incidental choices have been identified as one way to support the need for autonomy. The purpose of this study was to determine if choice in type and color of wrist tape would influence throwing speed in baseball players. Participants were experienced male baseball players from a local high school. All participants performed 10 throws under choice and no-choice conditions. Throwing speed did not differ as a function of choice versus no choice. Possible explanations and limitations of the present study are discussed.
autonomy; baseball; incidental choices; throwing
Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Boyd, Brooke Andrea, "The Effect of Choice on Throwing Speed in Baseball Players" (2018). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 3222.
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