Gavin P Lawrence
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A review of virtual environments for training in ball sports
HC Miles, SR Pop, SJ Watt, GP Lawrence, NW John
Computers & Graphics 36 (6), 714-726, 2012
2472012
Inferring online and offline processing of visual feedback in target-directed movements from kinematic data
MA Khan, IM Franks, D Elliott, GP Lawrence, R Chua, PM Bernier, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 30 (8), 1106-1121, 2006
1682006
Internal and external focus of attention in a novice form sport
GP Lawrence, VM Gottwald, J Hardy, MA Khan
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 82 (3), 431-441, 2011
952011
Online versus offline processing of visual feedback in the control of movement amplitude
MA Khan, G Lawrence, A Fourkas, IM Franks, D Elliott, S Pembroke
Acta Psychologica 113 (1), 83-97, 2003
942003
Differences in visuomotor control between the upper and lower visual fields
MA Khan, GP Lawrence
Experimental Brain Research 164 (3), 395-398, 2005
502005
Programming strategies for rapid aiming movements under simple and choice reaction time conditions
MA Khan, GP Lawrence, E Buckolz, IM Franks
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59 (3), 524-542, 2006
492006
The utilization of visual feedback from peripheral and central vision in the control of direction
MA Khan, GP Lawrence, IM Franks, E Buckolz
Experimental Brain Research 158 (2), 241-251, 2004
472004
Practice with anxiety improves performance, but only when anxious: evidence for the specificity of practice hypothesis
GP Lawrence, VE Cassell, S Beattie, T Woodman, MA Khan, L Hardy, ...
Psychological research 78 (5), 634-650, 2014
462014
New evidence of relative age effects in “super-elite” sportsmen: a case for the survival and evolution of the fittest
BD Jones, GP Lawrence, L Hardy
Journal of sports sciences 36 (6), 697-703, 2018
422018
Watch me if you can: imagery ability moderates observational learning effectiveness
G Lawrence, N Callow, R Roberts
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 522, 2013
372013
The movement kinematics and learning strategies associated with adopting different foci of attention during both acquisition and anxious performance
GP Lawrence, VM Gottwald, MA Khan, RS Kramer
Frontiers in psychology 3, 468, 2012
312012
The contribution of peripheral and central vision in the control of movement amplitude
GP Lawrence, MA Khan, E Buckolz, ARH Oldham
Human movement science 25 (3), 326-338, 2006
282006
The utilization of visual feedback in the control of movement direction: evidence from a video aiming task
MA Khan, GP Lawrence, IM Franks, D Elliott
Motor Control 7 (3), 290-303, 2003
262003
The dual role of vision in sequential aiming movements
MA Khan, S Sarteep, TM Mottram, GP Lawrence, JJ Adam
Acta Psychologica 136 (3), 425-431, 2011
252011
Skill acquisition for coaches
G Lawrence, K Kingston
An Introduction to Sports Coaching, 34-45, 2007
202007
The effect of state anxiety on the online and offline control of fast target-directed movements
GP Lawrence, MA Khan, L Hardy
Psychological Research 77 (4), 422-433, 2013
172013
Enhancing motor learning of young soccer players through preventing an internal focus of attention: The effect of shoes colour
A De Giorgio, M Sellami, G Kuvacic, G Lawrence, J Padulo, M Mingardi, ...
PLoS One 13 (8), e0200689, 2018
162018
Efficacy of a virtual environment for training ball passing skills in rugby
HC Miles, SR Pop, SJ Watt, GP Lawrence, NW John, V Perrot, P Mallet, ...
Transactions on Computational Science XXIII, 98-117, 2014
142014
The interaction between practice and performance pressure on the planning and control of fast target directed movement
JE Allsop, GP Lawrence, R Gray, MA Khan
Psychological research 81 (5), 1004-1019, 2017
132017
Sequential aiming movements and the one-target advantage in individuals with Down syndrome
GP Lawrence, NE Reilly, TM Mottram, MA Khan, D Elliott
Research in developmental disabilities 34 (11), 3858-3866, 2013
112013
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