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The ability to perform a task by automatic processing, independent of conscious control and attention. Strong automaticity is almost entirely automatic and can be carried out without attention. Partial automaticity refers to processing that can be performed without conscious control, but which is performed better with attention.

Subjects: Psychology — Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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