Cheryl Tay
TitleCited byYear
The effectiveness of keeper-independent penalty kicks using fake visual cues from penalty takers
CS Tay, JY Chow, M Koh, C Button
72012
Using gait parameters to detect fatigue and responses to ice slurry during prolonged load carriage
PWK Cheryl S. Tay, Jason K.W. Lee, c, d, Ya S. Teo, Phildia Q.Z. Foo, Pearl ...
Gait & Posture 43, 17-23, 2016
22016
A Video-Based Method to Quantify Stroke Synchronisation in Crew Boat Sprint Kayaking
CS Tay, PW Kong
Journal of Human Kinetics 65, 45, 2018
12018
Kayaking paddle blade compression load distribution sensing system based on optical fiber with a polydimethylsiloxane membrane
L Niu, LH Chen, ZQ Tou, CS Tay, YF Lin, PW Kong, FR Ong, CC Chan
Applied Optics 57 (6), 1387-1392, 2018
12018
Overall Preference of Running Shoes Can Be Predicted by Suitable Perception Factors Using a Multiple Regression Model
CS Tay, T Sterzing, CY Lim, R Ding, PW Kong
Human Factors 59 (3), 432-441, 2017
12017
INTRA-AND INTER-RATER RELIABILITY OF A VIDEO-BASED METHOD TO QUANTIFY STROKE SYNCHRONISATION IN CREW-BOAT SPRINT KAYAKING
CS Tay, PW Kong
ISBS Proceedings Archive 35 (1), 123, 2017
12017
A COMPARISON OF STROKE CHARACTERISTICS BETWEEN TEAM BOAT (K2) AND INDIVIDUAL (K1) SPRINT KAYAKING
CS Tay, PW Kong
ISBS-Conference Proceedings Archive 1 (1), 2016
12016
CONSISTENCY IN STROKE SYNCHRONISATION PATTERNS OF CREW-BOAT (K2) SPRINT KAYAKING OVER A FOUR-WEEK PERIOD
CS Tay, PW Kong
1*
Evaluating On-Water Kayak Paddling Performance Using Optical Fiber Technology
L Niu, PW Kong, CS Tay, Y Lin, B Wu, Z Ding, CC Chan
IEEE Sensors Journal 19 (24), 11918-11925, 2019
2019
Towards an understanding of crew boat sprint kayaking: on-water investigations of stroke synchronisation, seat order, and performance
CS Tay
2018
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