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Loading a movement makes it easier to predict: An experimental test of the relationship between display kinematics, anticipation and expertise.”
Proceeding/Conference:Proceedings of the annual Conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, San Diego. June, 2007. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
2007
49
 
2007
36
 
Development and validation of prompted stair climbing as an intervention to increase healthy lifestyle activity in Hong Kong
Proceeding/Conference:Health Research Symposium 2007: Building bridges between research, policy and practice
2007
31
 
2007
39
 
The influence of trunk endurance training on postural fatigue during a simulated laparoscopic surgical task
Proceeding/Conference:5th International Conference of the National Strength and Conditioning Association
2007
31
 
An expert (dis)advantage in perceptual skill? Susceptibility to deception when viewing normal and blurred motion.
Proceeding/Conference:North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity
2007
44
 
Pilot investigation on the tracking of physical activity in Hong Kong children.
Proceeding/Conference:Health Research Symposium, Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, Hong Kong.
2007
23
 
Further development of the Motivational Style Profile for Children
Proceeding/Conference:13th International Conference on Reversal Theory, Wales, England
2007
29
 
An expert (dis)advantage in perceptual skill? Susceptibility to deception when viewing normal and blurred motion.
Proceeding/Conference:Proceedings of the annual Conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, San Diego. June, 2007. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
2007
60
 
The effect of Muller-Lyer illusions on far aiming tasks
Proceeding/Conference:12th European Congress of Sport Psychology
2007
26
 
The identification and development of essential attributes for expert sports performance.
Proceeding/Conference:Striving for Excellence: First Aspire Sports Science Congress
2007
30
 
Developing expertise in sport: How research can inform practice.
Book:Developing Elite Sports Performers: Lessons from Theory and Practice
2007
103
 
2007
89
 
Using Biomechanical feedback to enhance skill learning and performance.
Book:Handbook of Biomechanics and Human Movement Science
2007
59
 
Developmental and biomechanical characteristics of motor skill learning.
Book:Handbook of Biomechanics and Human Movement Science
2007
54
 
Attentional Processes in Skill Learning and Expert Performance
Book:Handbook of Sport Psychology (3rd Ed.)
2007
86
 
Practice and play in the development of sport expertise.
Book:Handbook of Sport Psychology (3rd ed.)
2007
79
 
2007
318
 
2007
80
 
2007
101