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”
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”
Warm thanks to all who made it possible to meet for three days in order to discuss and speculate about potential mechanisms and contributions of motor imagery to motor performance and motor learning. Special thanks to the co-organizers Stefan Vogt and Aymeric Guillot!Continue reading “The neurocognition of motor imagery practice”
How does a combination of motor imagery and action observation (in comparison to motor imagery or action observation alone) affect cognitive performance? And how does this translate into motor performance?Continue reading “AO, MI, AO+MI and cognitive performance”
Action observation and motor imagery promote motor learning. But which one should we use during skill acquisition and refinement, or should we use both?Continue reading “AO, MI, AOMI for motor learning”
Is Virtual Reality the panacea it first seems? Continue reading “VR and Motor Learning”
Another great RIO meeting!
We’re accepted! RIO goes FEPSAC. Continue reading “RIO goes FEPSAC”