Invited talks provide a great opportunity to discuss most recent research, to get to know each other’s approaches, methods, and projects, and to take the time and share thoughts. Continue reading “Invited Talks”
Currently, we’re investigating new types of AOMI training in Virtual Reality. Data collection is ongoing and we hope to present our data at next year’s FEPSAC conference in Münster, Germany. More soon.
Combining action observation with motor imagery, in brief doing AOMI, meaning to imagine a motor action whilst observing it, is currently a highly researched topic to which we’ve contributed just recently. Continue reading “Motor imagery during action observation”
We’re part of a Special Section on Observational Learning, see here.
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”
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”
Taking a perceptual-cognitive perspective on motor action, I started investigating perceptual variables related to the cognitive ones we’ve been interested in so far.
Some time ago, a student stepped into my office, with thoughts on mental practice for futsal teams in his mind.
Virtual Reality is a great method for psychological research. Continue reading “Postdoctoral studies, from real world to virtual reality”
Working as a postdoc, I became interested in observation and its impact on motor learning and started conducting experiments on observational learning and observational practice. Continue reading “Postdoctoral studies, from imagery to observation”