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Examining movement specific reinvestment and working memory capacity in adults and childrenBuszard, T; Farrow, D; Zhu, F; Masters, RSW201334
What is the ‘significance’ of choking in sport? A commentary on Mesagno and HillBuszard, T; Farrow, D; Masters, RSW201316
Task scaling and implicit learningBuszard, T; Farrow, D; Reid, M; Masters, RSW201258
But I can't pass that far! The influence of motor skill on decision makingBruce, L; Farrow, D; Raynor, A; Mann, D2012147
An implicit basis for the retention benefits of random practiceRendell, MA; Masters, RSW; Farrow, D; Morris, T2011153
Implicit practice for technique adaptation in expert performersRendell, M; Farrow, D; Masters, R; Plummer, N2011245
Visual information underpinning skilled anticipation: The effect of blur on a coupled and uncoupled in situ anticipatory responseMann, DL; Abernethy, B; Farrow, D2010136
An event-related visual occlusion method for examining anticipatory skill in natural interceptive tasksMann, DL; Abernethy, B; Farrow, D; Davis, M; Spratford, W2010119
Action specificity increases anticipatory performance and the expert advantage in natural interceptive tasksMann, DL; Abernethy, B; Farrow, D2010135
The resilience of natural interceptive actions to refractive blurMann, DL; Abernethy, B; Farrow, D2010101
A novel training tool for batters to watch the ballMann, D; Abernethy, B; Farrow, D201090
A visual manipulation used to examine the neural processing underpinning skilled interceptive movementsMann, DL; Abernethy, B; Farrow, D2010161
Increasing difficulty but not decreasing performance - maintained interception with increments in visual blur.Mann, D; Abernethy, AB; Farrow, D2009111
Towards the development of a conceptual model of batting expertise in cricket: a grounded theory approach.Weissensteiner, J; Abernethy, AB; Farrow, D2009126
Implicit practice for technique adaptation in expert performersRendell, M; Farrow, D; Masters, RSW; Morris, T2009103
Psychological contributors to sporting expertise: A multi-dimensional examination of the development of psychological skills for cricket batting.Weissensteiner, J; Abernethy, AB; Farrow, D2009113
Training anticipatory skill in a natural setting of cricket batting through selective visual occlusion: a preliminary investigationMuller, S; Abernethy, A; Farrow, D; Tor, E2009195
The paradoxical role of cognitive effort in contextual interference and Implicit Motor LearningRendell, MA; Masters, RSW; Farrow, D2009114
Anticipation and transfer of expert pattern perception.Gorman, A; Abernethy, AB; Farrow, D2009121
The influence of viewing perspective on decision-making and visual search behaviour in an invasive sportMann, DL; Farrow, D; Shuttleworth, R; Hopwood, M2009135
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