David Mann
David Mann
Associate Professor, Vrije University Amsterdam
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Action specificity increases anticipatory performance and the expert advantage in natural interceptive tasks
DL Mann, B Abernethy, D Farrow
Acta psychologica 135 (1), 17-23, 2010
1792010
The head tracks and gaze predicts: how the world’s best batters hit a ball
DL Mann, W Spratford, B Abernethy
PloS one 8 (3), e58289, 2013
1462013
Age-ordered shirt numbering reduces the selection bias associated with the relative age effect
DL Mann, PJMA van Ginneken
Journal of sports sciences 35 (8), 784-790, 2017
1052017
Does visual-perceptual training augment the fielding performance of skilled cricketers?
MJ Hopwood, DL Mann, D Farrow, T Nielsen
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 6 (4), 523-535, 2011
1012011
Time to broaden the scope of research on anticipatory behavior: a case for the role of probabilistic information
R Cañal-Bruland, DL Mann
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1518, 2015
832015
The role of central and peripheral vision in expert decision making
D Ryu, B Abernethy, DL Mann, JM Poolton, AD Gorman
Perception 42 (6), 591-607, 2013
822013
But I can’t pass that far! The influence of motor skill on decision making
L Bruce, D Farrow, A Raynor, D Mann
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 13 (2), 152-161, 2012
792012
Action preferences and the anticipation of action outcomes
DL Mann, T Schaefers, R Cañal-Bruland
Acta Psychologica 152, 1-9, 2014
752014
Is optimal vision required for the successful execution of an interceptive task?
DL Mann, NY Ho, NJ De Souza, DR Watson, SJ Taylor
Human movement science 26 (3), 343-356, 2007
732007
Guiding Attention Aids the Acquisition of Anticipatory Skill in Novice Soccer Goalkeepers
D Ryu, S Kim, B Abernethy, DL Mann
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 84 (2), 252-262, 2013
712013
The influence of viewing perspective on decision-making and visual search behaviour in an invasive sport.
DL Mann, D Farrow, R Shuttleworth, M Hopwood
International Journal of Sport Psychology 40 (4), 546-564, 2009
702009
Modified perceptual training in sport: a new classification framework
SM Hadlow, D Panchuk, DL Mann, MR Portus, B Abernethy
Journal of science and medicine in sport 21 (9), 950-958, 2018
652018
The resilience of natural interceptive actions to refractive blur
DL Mann, B Abernethy, D Farrow
Human movement science 29 (3), 386-400, 2010
632010
Expert consensus statement to guide the evidence-based classification of Paralympic athletes with vision impairment: a Delphi study
HJCR Ravensbergen, DL Mann, SJ Kamper
British journal of sports medicine 50 (7), 386-391, 2016
562016
Research needs for the development of evidence-based systems of classification for physical, vision, and intellectual impairments
SM Tweedy, D Mann, YC Vanlandewijck
Training and Coaching the Paralympic Athlete. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 122-149, 2016
562016
Searching for the elusive gift: advances in talent identification in sport
DL Mann, N Dehghansai, J Baker
Current Opinion in Psychology 16, 128-133, 2017
542017
Visual information underpinning skilled anticipation: The effect of blur on a coupled and uncoupled in situ anticipatory response
DL Mann, B Abernethy, D Farrow
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 72 (5), 1317-1326, 2010
532010
The contributions of central and peripheral vision to expertise in basketball: How blur helps to provide a clearer picture.
D Ryu, B Abernethy, DL Mann, JM Poolton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (1), 167, 2015
482015
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) joint position stand on the sport-specific classification of athletes with vision …
DL Mann, HJC Ravensbergen
Sports Medicine 48 (9), 2011-2023, 2018
402018
Biomechanics and visual-motor control: how it has, is, and will be used to reveal the secrets of hitting a cricket ball
V Sarpeshkar, DL Mann
Sports Biomechanics 10 (4), 306-323, 2011
372011
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