Professor Masters, Richard Stanley William 馬兆德
Rich is an experimental psychologist who examines skill acquisition and performance across a broad range of disciplines, including sports science, rehabilitation, movement disorders, psychology, speech sciences, dentistry and surgery. His work in implicit motor learning has received considerable attention.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2006-11-01||Dr Tom Anderson Memorial Lecture in Sport and Exercise Science: Dr Tom Anderson Trust, Sports Medicine New Zealand, Wellington, NZ||Research Achievement|
|2005-01-01||Universitas 21 Fellowship: Universitas 21 - HKU||Research Achievement|
|2013-06-01||Distinguished Visiting Scholar: School of Postgraduate Medicine and Dental Education, University of Central Lancashire, UK||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|2007 - ongoing||Executive Committee Member||Australasian Skill Acquisition Research Group (ASARG)|
|2002 - ongoing||Member||HK Society for Sport & Exercise Psychology|
|1996 - ongoing||Member||European College of Sports Science (ECSS)|
|2003 - ongoing||Member||European Federation of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC)|
|1997 - ongoing||Member||International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP)|
|1992 - 2001||Member||British Psychological Society|
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