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1 Routledge handbook of sport expertise / edited by Joe Baker and Damian Farrow. Routledge handbook of sport expertise / edited by Joe Baker and Damian Farrow. [Book]   2015 Book Shelf Location: GV558.R68 2015.
Collections: Books.
Electronic Resource Available.
Number of Holdings: 1.
2 The expert advantage in dynamic pattern recall persists across both attended and unattended display elements. [Article] Gorman, Adam 2013 Article Shelf Location: Journal Article.
Collections: Article.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
3 Is the relationship between pattern recall and decision-making influenced by anticipatory recall? [Article] Gorman, Adam D. 2013 Article Shelf Location: Journal Article.
Collections: Article.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
4 But I can't pass that far! The influence of motor skill on decision making. [Article] Bruce, L. 2012 Article Shelf Location: AAIS.
Collections: Article AIS Sports Science publications.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
5 An implicit basis for the retention benefits of random practice. [Article] Rendell, M.A. 2011 Article Shelf Location: AAIS.
Collections: Article AIS Sports Science publications.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
6 Talking points : how much practice is required to develop skill. [Article]   2011 Article Shelf Location: AAIS.
Collections: Article AIS Sports Science publications.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
7 Implicit practice for technique adaptation in expert performers. [Article] Rendell, M.A. 2011 Article Shelf Location: AAIS.
Collections: Article AIS Sports Science publications.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
8 Does visual-perceptual training augment the fielding performance of skilled cricketers? [Article] Hopwood, M.J. 2011 Article Shelf Location: AAIS.
Collections: Article AIS Sports Science publications.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
9 Validity and reliability of agility tests in junior Australian footballers. [Article] Young, W. 2011 Article Shelf Location: AAIS.
Collections: Article AIS Sports Science publications.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
10 Hitting a cricket ball : what components of the interceptive action are most linked to expertise? [Article] Weissensteiner, J.R. 2011 Article Shelf Location: AAIS.
Collections: Article AIS Sports Science publications.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 1.
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