Research Output per year
Area of academic expertise - outline
I am a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and am interested in exploring the intersection of psychology, movement, and sport pedagogy. Although my work is typically inspired by current research and practice in sport psychology, my personal research is often multidisciplinary in nature, employing psychological, biomechanical, and physiological measures.
Current research activities
To date, my research has focused on examining the effects of verbal instruction—particularly, analogy and explicit, step-by-step instruction—on movement and performance.
Desired research direction
In the future, I am interested in investigating the utility of alternative sources of information in the instruction and execution of motor skills.
Target collaborative organisations
I am particularly keen to work with organisations and national governing bodies in the development of skill instruction and coaching education programmes.
Other areas of expertise available for knowledge exchange
I have experience consulting with athletes, teams, and sporting organisations in the areas of psychology, coaching, and skill learning.
Redressing the balance: Commentary on “Examining motor learning in older adults using analogy instruction” by Tse, Wong, and Masters (2017)Bobrownicki, R., Collins, D., Sproule, J. & MacPherson, A. C. 5 Jun 2018 In : Psychology of Sport and Exercise.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Comment/debate
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article