The Effects of a Visual Skills Training Program on Contrast Sensitivity Function (CSF) in Selected Female Intercollegiate Volleyball Athletes at an HBCU in the USA

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The article discusses a study which examined the effects of a visual skills training program on contrast sensitivity function (CSF) in selected female intercollegiate volleyball athletes at historically black colleges and universities in the U.S. Findings show that the higher the baseline CSF profile, the more likely the athlete's visual system will detect contrasting stimuli in a dynamic environment.The study suggested that to improve volleyball performance effectively, it is imperative that specificity of training be used.

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