Paul Ward
Paul Ward
Chief Scientist, Social & Behavioral Sciences, MITRE & Professor, Michigan Tech
Verified email at mitre.org
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Perceptual-cognitive expertise in sport: A meta-analysis
DTY Mann, AM Williams, P Ward, CM Janelle
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 29 (4), 457-478, 2007
13462007
Visual search, anticipation and expertise in soccer goalkeepers
GJP Savelsbergh, AM Williams, JVD Kamp, P Ward
Journal of sports sciences 20 (3), 279-287, 2002
8972002
Perceptual and Cognitive Skill Development in Soccer: The Multidimensional Nature of Expert Performance
P Ward, AM Williams
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 25 (1), 93-111, 2003
6912003
Anticipation skill in a real-world task: measurement, training, and transfer in tennis.
AM Williams, P Ward, JM Knowles, NJ Smeeton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 8 (4), 259-270, 2002
5682002
The role of deliberate practice and play in career progression in sport: the early engagement hypothesis
PR Ford, P Ward, NJ Hodges, AM Williams
High ability studies 20 (1), 65-75, 2009
4572009
The road to excellence: Deliberate practice and the development of expertise
P Ward, NJ Hodges, JL Starkes, MA Williams
High Ability Studies 18 (2), 119-153, 2007
4322007
Anticipation and visual search behaviour in expert soccer goalkeepers
GJP Savelsbergh, J Van der Kamp, AM Williams, P Ward
Ergonomics 48 (11-14), 1686-1697, 2005
4272005
Capturing the naturally occurring superior performance of experts in the laboratory toward a science of expert and exceptional performance
KA Ericsson, P Ward
Current Directions in Psychological Science 16 (6), 346-350, 2007
3442007
Deliberate practice and expert performance
P Ward, NJ Hodges, AM Williams, JL Starkes
Skill acquisition in sport: Research, theory and practice, 231, 2004
344*2004
Visual search and biological motion perception in tennis
P Ward, AM Williams, SJ Bennett
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 73 (1), 107-112, 2002
3442002
Perceptual‐cognitive expertise in sport and its acquisition: Implications for applied cognitive psychology
AM Williams, PR Ford, DW Eccles, P Ward
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (3), 432-442, 2011
3242011
Expert Performance in Nursing: Reviewing Research on Expertise in Nursing Within the Framework of the Expert‐Performance Approach
KA Ericsson, J Whyte IV, P Ward
Advances in Nursing Science 30 (1), E58-E71, 2007
3142007
Cyber threats facing autonomous and connected vehicles: Future challenges
S Parkinson, P Ward, K Wilson, J Miller
IEEE transactions on intelligent transportation systems 18 (11), 2898-2915, 2017
2992017
The relative effectiveness of various instructional approaches in developing anticipation skill.
NJ Smeeton, AM Williams, NJ Hodges, P Ward
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 11 (2), 98, 2005
2482005
Perceptual expertise: Development in sport
AM Williams, P Ward
Expert performance in sports: Advances in research on sport expertise, 219-249, 2003
2462003
Training perceptual skill in field hockey: Is there transfer from the laboratory to the field?
AM Williams, P Ward, C Chapman
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 74 (1), 98-103, 2003
2452003
Accelerated Expertise: Training for High Proficiency in a Complex World
R Hoffman, P Ward, P Feltovich, L DiBello, S Fiore, D Andrews
Psychology Press, 2014
2342014
Developing anticipation skills in tennis using on-court instruction: Perception versus perception and action
AM Williams, P Ward, NJ Smeeton, D Allen
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 16 (4), 350-360, 2004
1802004
Simulation for performance and training
P Ward, AM Williams, PA Hancock
The Cambridge handbook of expertise and expert performance, 243-262, 2006
1572006
Do pattern recognition skills transfer across sports? A preliminary analysis
NJ Smeeton, P Ward, AM Williams
Journal of Sports Sciences 22 (2), 205-213, 2004
1562004
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