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In sports, we tend to think that successful athletes have not only natural abilities, but also superior physical skills. However, research on top soccer players has shown that mental processes are a much better predictor of performance than physical attributes. Elite players not only make better decisions than less-skilled players, they do it by more accurately perceiving and analyzing cues around them and anticipating consequences of their actions.
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