It’s published, see here for online publication in the Journal of Sport Psychology in Action.
AOMI for practitioners
We’re accepted. Hopefully some useful guidance on the use of action observation together with motor imagery for those who work as applied sport psychologists.Continue reading “AOMI for practitioners”
The lab is being set up #4
Final changes in electrical design to be planned.
How to best schedule AO and MI for learning
When using action observation and motor imagery in combination for motor learning purpose, the scheduling of AO and MI is still an open issue. How should we schedule combinations of AO and MI to get the best out of it? And why is this the case?Continue reading “How to best schedule AO and MI for learning”
Welcome to the Sports and Movement group #1
Welcome to Kai Besecke, sport sci student at Osnabrueck University, who joined our group as a student research assistant.
E-Sports Research Topic now available
It’s published, now available here.Continue reading “E-Sports Research Topic now available”
Imagery training in school-based physical education?
To imagine a motor action can be an effective way to improve performance and to promote learning, even in heterogeneous settings such as physical education in school.Continue reading “Imagery training in school-based physical education?”
Keynote during AISP Online Conference
Many thanks to the Italian Association of Sport Psychology (AISP)Continue reading “Keynote during AISP Online Conference”
From cognition to physical education: asp Symposium on imagery in children
We’ve participated in this year’s Annual Sport Psychology Conference (asp) with a symposium on imagery in children and adolescence.Continue reading “From cognition to physical education: asp Symposium on imagery in children”
On cognitive and motor aspects of gaming and esports
What’s the potentials and pitfalls of gaming/ esports on cognitive and motor human factors?Continue reading “On cognitive and motor aspects of gaming and esports”