How can we use imagery for physical education such that it adds to motor learning, and such that it can be implemented straightforward in a physical education class?Continue reading “Imagery in physical education”
Special Section on Observational Learning
We’re part of a Special Section on Observational Learning, see here.
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Developmental aspects of imagery
Does mental practice by way of motor imagery training work for children and young adults, both in sports and physical education settings? Continue reading “Developmental aspects of imagery”
Imagery in physical education
Together with Dr. Andrea Menze-Sonneck, I realized a study in a physical education setting, with imagery tailored to the needs of a physical education class. Continue reading “Imagery in physical education”
Being a postdoc, #1
Being a postdoc is fun. Continue reading “Being a postdoc, #1”
During my PhD time, I remember three instances of being awarded.
December 10th in 2014: Done. PhD project completed.
For my PhD thesis, see here.
PhD project, part three
Third study of my PhD project published in 2016. This added the perceptual point of view to our prior work, and thus complemented our perceptual-cognitive approach to motor learning as induced by motor imagery, see here.
PhD project, part two
Second study of PhD project published in 2014. First step into imagery research, focusing on motor memory during learning by way of motor imagery, see here.
PhD project, part one
First study of PhD project published in 2013 on the impact of practice on the development of mental representations of complex action, tracking changes in motor memory over the course of learning, see here. Continue reading “PhD project, part one”