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In many competitive sports, players need to quickly and continuously execute movements that co-adapt to various movements executed by their opponents and physical objects. In a martial art such as kendo, players must be able to skillfully change interpersonal distance in order to win. However, very little information about the task and expertise properties of the maneuvers affecting interpersonal distance is available. This study investigated behavioral dynamics underlying opponent tasks bydoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051877 pmid:23284799 pmcid:PMC3527480 fatcat:7lbdqbkk6fcqxhvkyrterka2qy