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Aug 16, 2022

Is there one ideal gaze strategy for performing a sports skill as has been suggested by the quiet eye research? My interview with Ben Franks from Oxford Brookes University looking at some of his research taking an ecological, individualized view of the quiet eye.



A Descriptive Case Study of Skilled Football...

Aug 9, 2022

Can athletes perceive which balls, sticks, bats, racquets, etc afford the greatest opportunity for hitting, throwing, etc? What information do they use for this and how does it relate to Gibson’s concept of dynamic touch? How can we use this better design and fit sports equipment?



Perceiving the sweet...

Aug 2, 2022

So, by now we all know movement variability is good!  But it’s not all good. A look at a framework for categorizing different types of movement variability and how it might allow us to better design training to enhance the good.


A Proposed Framework to Describe Movement Variability within Sporting Tasks: A...

Jul 26, 2022

How do instructions about task constraints influence how a performer searches for a movement solution? Is movement variability still beneficial even when you guide a performer towards the optimal solution?



Instructions on Task Constraints Mediate Perceptual-Motor Search and How Movement Variability Relates...

Jul 5, 2022

What are the combined effects of manipulating practice variability (for example, blocked vs random) and errorful versus errorless practice, which know influence implicit learning.



An Examination of the Contextual Interference Effect and the Errorless Learning Model during Motor Learning

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