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Top Experts Work with Force Science to Advance Police-Related Research

Research: Visual Focus – What, Where, When, and How? Research has found that attentional control, including recognizing and visually focusing on relevant information, is a key to successful athletic performance in complex and dynamic competitions. Similarly, research has found that attentional control can positively influence police officers’ emotional regulation and improve tactical decision-making. Without an...
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Are Your “Gaze Control And Scan Pattern” Linked To Your Performance?

Do police officers who are highly adept at dealing with violent situations visually assess potentially threatening scenes in a different way than less skillful officers? Studies of the “eye movements and gaze control patterns” of professional vs. amateur athletes suggest that may be the case, and a unique research project just launched by the Force...
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“Scan Patterns”: Next Breakthrough In Survival Training?

Do experienced, survival-savvy cops visually dissect and evaluate a potentially deadly scene differently than inexperienced or unaware officers or civilians? Certainly seems logical…and now researchers are about to find out not only whether that’s really true but also exactly how the best cops’ eyes seek and track danger cues. What they learn about the specifics...
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