|（Department of Police and Physical Education，Guangdong Police College，Guangzhou 510440，China)
Abstract: In order to study the process of judgment switching processing of police with a Wushu player experience, the authors recorded and analyzed the data of task switching behaviors of a trained group (12 people) and a control group (12 people) by utilizing task switching paradigm, and revealed the following finding: Wushu player police’s switching cost was significantly smaller than ordinary police’s (P<0.05). In order to probe into the effects of emotion on the process of switching processing of Wushu player police, the authors introduced 3 different emotion induction conditions, and revealed the following findings: both positive and negative emotion could damage the process of switching processing; under nega-tive emotion, the changing of switching cost of Wushu player police was not significant; usually police’s switching cost under negative emotion was significantly higher than that under neutral emotion (P<0.01). Therefore, Wushu player police have a more excellent switching processing ability, and are less affected by emotion.
Key words: sports psychology；judgment switching processing ability；task switching；Wushu player；police