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Vuong Ngo, Hugh Richards and Miran Kondric

been completed, under states of inward attention. Numerous studies have tested attentional theories by testing subjects under different anxiety conditions (Beilock et al., 2010, 2011; Cooke et al., 2010 ; Pijpers et al., 2005 ; Tanaka and Sekiya, 2010 ; Williams et al., 2002 ). Within a sports setting, researchers have looked for any differences in movement behaviour or performance when a pressure stimulus is added. One study compared arm kinematics in table tennis players to test PET using low and high working memory and anxiety conditions ( Williams et al

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Magdalena Wójcik-Pędziwiatr, Klaudia Plinta, Agnieszka Krzak-Kubica, Katarzyna Zajdel, Marcel Falkiewicz, Jacek Dylak, Jan Ober, Andrzej Szczudlik and Monika Rudzińska

abnormalities in ET ( Britton et al., 1994; Deuschl et al., 2000; Koster et al., 2002; Stolze et al., 2001 ). Functional imaging studies (PET, fMRI) revealed hyperactivation of cerebellar hemispheres and its connections with the brainstem ( Colebatch et al., 1990; Louis., 2004 ). Dupuis et al. (1989) reported remission of ET after the ipsilateral cerebellar stroke. Suppression of ET after ablation or deep brain stimulation performed on the thalamic ventralis intermedius nucleus, which receives neuronal input from the cerebellum, is another argument for the