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Ramesh Balasubramaniam

 
  • Cluff, T., Manos, A., Lee, T.D. & Balasubramaniam, R. (2012). Multijoint error compensation mediates unstable object control. Journal of Neurophysiology 108: 1167-1175. PDF
  • Cluff, T. , Boulet, J.W. & Balasubramaniam, R. (2011). Learning a stick balancing task involves task-specific coupling between posture and hand displacements. Experimental Brain Research 213: 55-65 . PDF
  • Cluff, T., Robertson, D.G.E. & Balasubramaniam, R. (2008). Kinetics of hula hooping: an inverse dynamics analysis. Human Movement Science, 27: 622:635. PDF
 

Benoît Bardy

 
  • Bardy, B. G., & Laurent, M. (1998). How is body orientation controlled during somersaulting? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 24, 963-977.
 

Reinoud Bootsma

 
  • Sevrez, V., Berton, E., Rao, G., & Bootsma, R.J. (2009). Regulation of pendulum length as a control mechanism in performing the giant backward circle in gymnastics. Human Movement Science, 28, 250-262.
  • Marin, L., Bardy, B.G., & Bootsma, R.J. (1999). Level of gymnastic skill as an intrinsic constraint on postural coordination. Journal of Sport Sciences, 17, 615-626.
  • Bootsma, R.J. & Van Wieringen, P.C.W. (1990). Timing an attacking forehand drive in table tennis. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 16, 21-29.
 

Chris Connaboy

 
  • Moir, G, Shastri, P and Connaboy, C (2008). Intersession Reliability of Vertical Jump Height in Women and Men. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. Vol. 22 (6). pp. 1779-1784.
  • Psycharakis, S, Naemi, R, Connaboy, C, McCabe, C, Sanders, RH:  Three-dimensional analysis of intra-cycle velocity fluctuations in front-crawl swimming. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. In Press.
  • Connaboy, C, Moir, G, Coleman, S and Sanders RH: Measures of Reliability in the Kinematics of Maximal Undulatory Underwater Swimming. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Under review.
  • Connaboy, C, Coleman, S and Sanders RH: Hydrodynamics of Undulatory Underwater Swimming: A Review. Sports Biomechanics. Under review.
  • Connaboy, C and Moir, G: The Effects of Increasing Load on the Occurrence of Bilateral Deficit in Squat-jumps. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. In Preparation.
  • Simpson, RJ, Graham, SM, Clement, R, Connaboy, C. and Florida-James, GD: Physiological Indicators of Backpack Running Performance in “Elite” British Soldiers. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. In Preparation.
  • Graham, SM, Florida-James, GD, Connaboy, C, Clement, R, Simpson, RJ (2009) Metabolic Differences Between Backpack Walking And Running At A Fixed Treadmill Velocity In ‘Elite” British Soldiers: A Pilot Study. American College of Sports Medicine. Annual Meeting, May 27-30, Seattle, Washington, USA.  
  • Connaboy, C, Coleman, S, McCabe, C, Naemi, R, Psycharakis, S And Sanders, RH. (2007): Tadpole, Trout or Tuna: The Equivalence of Animal and Human Aquatic Undulatory Locomotion. In: Menzel, HJ & Chagas, MH. (Eds.). Proceedings of the XXVth International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports. Ouro Preto, Brazil. pp. 75-78.
  • Connaboy, C, Coleman, S and Sanders, RH. (2007): Coordinating Undulatory Underwater Swimming: A Comparison of Skilled Versus Unskilled Swimmers. Motor Control. Vol. 11. Supp. pp. S189-S190.
 

Cathy Craig

 
  • Bideau B, Kulpa R, Vignais, N, Brault, S, Multon, F & Craig CM, (In press) Virtual reality, a serious game for understanding performance and training players in sport. IEEE Computer Graphic Applications.
  • Craig CM, Goulon C, Berton E, Rao G, Fernandez L, and Bootsma RJ. (2009). Optic variables used to judge future ball arrival position in expert and novice soccer players. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 71(3), 515-522.
  • Craig, CM, Berton, E, Rao G, Fernandez L & Bootsma RJ. (2006) Judging where a ball will go: The case of curved free kicks in football. Naturwissenschaften, 93, 97-101.
  • Craig, C. M., Delay, D., Grealy, M. A. & Lee, D. N. (2000) Guiding the swing in golf putting. Nature, 405, 295-296.
 

David Lee

 
  • Lee, D. N. (2009). General Tau Theory: evolution to date. Special Issue: Landmarks in Perception. Perception, 38, 837-858.
  • Lee, D. N. (2005). Tau in action in development. In J. J. Rieser, J. J. Lockman, & C. A. Nelson (Eds.), Action as an Organizer of Learning and Development (pp. 3-49) Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
  • Craig, C. M., Delay, D., Grealy, M. A. & Lee, D. N. (2000) Guiding the swing in golf putting. Nature, 405, 295-296.
  • Lee, D. N. (1998) Guiding movement by coupling taus. Ecological Psychology, 10, 221-250. PDF
  • Lee, D. N., Young, D. S., & Rewt, D. (1992). How do somersaulters land on their feet? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 18, 1195-1202.
  • Warren, W. H. Jr., Young, D. S. & Lee, D. N. (1986). Visual control of step length during running over irregular terrain. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 12, 259-266.
  • Lee, D. N., Young, D. S., Reddish, P. E., Lough, S. & Clayton, T. M. H. (1983) Visual timing in hitting an accelerating ball. Quarterly  Journal of Experimental Psychology 35A, 333-346.
  • Lee, D. N., Lishman, J. R., Thomson, J. A. (1982). Regulation of gait in long jumping. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 8, 448-459.
 

Marc Lee

 
  • shinfin™ swim fins - Swimming fins that strap above your ankle and extend from the middle of your shin to your toes. They match, guide and enhance natural streamlined swimming (see http://shinfin.com).
 

Claire Michaels

 
  • Oudejans, R. R. D., Michaels, C. F., Bakker, F. C. & Dolné, M. (1996). The relevance of action in perceiving affordances: Perception of catchableness of fly balls.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 22, 879-891
  • .Michaels, C. F., & Oudejans, R. R. D. (1992). The optics and actions of catching fly balls: Zeroing out optical acceleration. Ecological Psychology, 4, 199-222.
 

Gert-Jan Pepping

 
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Li, F.-X. (2008).   The role of haptic exploration of ground surface information in perception of overhead reachability. Journal of Motor Behavior 40(6), 491-498.
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Grealy, M. (Eds.) (2007). Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Li, F.-X. (2005). Effects of response mode on reaction time in the detection of affordances. Motor Control, 9, 129-143.
  • Abott, A., Button, C., Pepping, G.-J., Collins, D. (2005). Unnatural selection: Talent identification and development in sport. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology & Life Sciences, 9, 61-88.
  • Button, C. & Pepping, G.-J. (2002). Enhancing skill acquisition in golf - Some key principles. Internet article:
    http://www.coachesinfo.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=155:golf-skills-aquisition&catid=43:golf-general&Itemid=75
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Li, F.-X. (2000). Sex differences and action scaling in overhead reaching. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 90, 1123-1129.
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Li, F.-X. (2000). Changing action capabilities and the perception of affordances in volleyball. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 39, 115-140.
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Li, F.-X. (1997). Perceiving action boundaries in the volleyball block. In M. A. Schmuckler & J. M. Kennedy (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action IV (pp. 137-140). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
 

Ian Power

 
  • Tulloh LM, Pinczewski L, Power I. Sporting injury. In Rice, Warfield, Justins and Eccleston eds. Textbook of Clinical Pain Management. Arnold, London 2002. (and 2nd edition 2008).
 

Paul Reddish

 
  • Lee, D. N., Young, D. S., Reddish, P. E., Lough, S. & Clayton, T. M. H. (1983) Visual timing in hitting an accelerating ball. Quarterly  Journal of Experimental Psychology 35A, 333-346.
 

David Regan

 
  • Regan, D. (1992). Visual judgements and misjudgements in cricket, and the art of flight. Perception. 21, 91–115.
 

Ross Sanders

 
  • De Jesus, K., Sanders, R., de Jesus, K., Ribeiro, J., Figueiredo, P., Vilas-Boas, J.P Fernandes, R. (2015) The effect of intensity on three-dimensional kinematics and coordination in front crawl swimming. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance,• 2.66 Impact Factor
  • Oliviera, N., Saunders, D., and Sanders, R.H. (2015). Fatigue induced changes in eggbeater kick kinematics affect performance and risk of injury. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. In Press.
  • Oliveira, N., Chiu, C. and Sanders, R.H. (2015). Kinematic patterns associated with the vertical force produced during the eggbeater kick. Journal of Sport Sciences, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02640414.2014.1003590
  • Oliveira, N., Sanders, R. (2014). Kinematic and kinetic evidence for functional lateralization in a symmetrical motor task: the water polo eggbeater kick. Experimental Brain Research, 233(3), 947-957.
  • Lee, C., Sanders, R.H., Payton, C. (2014) Changes in force production and stroke parameters of trained able-bodied and unilateral arm amputee female swimmers during a 30 s tethered front crawl swim. Journal of Sports Sciences, Published online: 19 May 2014. Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information: http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rjsp20
  • Komar, J. , Sanders, R.H., Chollet, D., Seifert, L. (2014). Do qualitative changes in interlimb coordination lead to effectiveness of aquatic locomotion rather than efficiency? Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 30 (2), 189-196.
  • Cotterill, S.T., Collins, D., Sanders, R. Developing effective pre-performance routines for golf performance: Implications for the coach, Athletic Insight, 6, 53-64.
  • Thow, J., Naemi, R., and Sanders, R.H. (2012) Comparison of feedback modes on glide performance in swimming starts. Journal of Sports Sciences. 30:1, 43-52.
  • Seifert, L., Chollet, D., and Sanders, R. (2010). Does breathing disturb arm to leg coordination in butterfly. International Journal of Sport Medicine, 31, 167-173.
  • Cotterill, S., Sanders, R., & Collins, D. (2010). Developing effective pre-performance routines in golf: Why don’t we ask the golfer? Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 22(1), 51-64.
  • Sanders, R.H., and Psycharakis, S.G. (2009) Rolling rhythms in front crawl swimming with six-beat kick. Journal of Biomechanics, 42, 273-279.
  • Sanders, R.H., Li, S., and Hamill, J. (2009). Adjustment to change in familiar and unfamiliar task constraints. Journal of Sports Sciences, 27(6), 651-659.
  • Cotterill, S. T., Sanders, R., and Collins, D. (2008). Representative experimental design issues in observing golfer pre-performance routine behaviour. International Journal of Sport Psychology. 41. 403-415.
  • Sanders, R.H. (2007). Kinematics, coordination, variability, and noise in the prone flutter kick at different levels of a ‘learn-to-swim’ programme, Journal of Sports Sciences, 25(2), 213-27.
  • Button, C., Macleod, M., Sanders, R.H. and Coleman, S (2003). Examining movement variability in the basketball free-throw action at different skill levels. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 74(3).
  • Malone, L.A., Sanders, R.H., Shiltz, J.H., & Steadward, R.D. (2001). The effect of impairment on stroke parameters in Paralympic swimmers. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 33(12), 2098-2103.
  • Sanders, R.H. Cappaert, J. M., and Pease, D.L. (1998). Wave characteristics of Olympic breaststroke swimmers. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 14(1), 40-51.
  • Sanders, R.H. (1995). Effect of ability on twisting techniques in forward somersaults on the trampoline. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 11(3), 267-287.
  • Sanders, R.H. (1995). Can skilled performers readily change technique? An example, conventional to wave action breaststroke. Human Movement Sciences, 14, 665-679.
  • Sanders, R.H., Cappaert, J.M., and Devlin, R. (1995). Wave Characteristics of butterfly swimming. Journal of Biomechanics, 28(1), 9-16.
  • Sanders, R.H. and Allen, J. B. (1993). Changes in net joint torques during accommodation to change in surface compliance in a drop jumping task. Human Movement Sciences, 12(3), 299-326.
  • Sanders, R.H. and Wilson, B.D. (1992). Modification of movement patterns to accommodate to a change in surface compliance in a drop jumping task. Human Movement Sciences, 11, 593-614.
  • Connaboy, C, Coleman, S and Sanders, R. H. Hydrodynamics of undulatory underwater swimming: A Review. Sports Biomechanics (accepted).
  • Psycharakis, S.G., Naemi, R., Connaboy, C., McCabe, C. and Sanders, R.H., (2009). Three-dimensional analysis of intracycle velocity fluctuations in frontcrawl swimming. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sport. (In press. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0838.2009.00891.x).
  • Payton, C. and Sanders, R.H. (2009). Body roll and body undulation in competitive swimming. In L. Seifert, D. Chollet, and I. Mujika (eds.) Swimming Science and Performance. Nova Science Publishers Inc. In Press.
  • Sanders, R.H., and Psycharakis, S.G. (2009) Rolling rhythms in front crawl swimming with six-beat kick. Journal of Biomechanics, 42, pp. 273-279.
  • Psycharakis, S.G. and Sanders, R.H. (2008). Shoulder and hip roll changes during 200m front crawl swimming. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 40(12): 2129-2136.
  • Sanders, R.H. (2007). Kinematics, Coordination, Variability, and Noise in the Prone Flutter Kick at different levels of a "learn-to-swim" programme, Journal of Sports Science. 25(2):213-27.
  • Moir, G., Sanders, R.H., Button, C., and Glaister, M. (2007). The effect of periodised resistance training on accelerative sprint performance. Sports Biomechanics. 6(3): 285-300.
  • Sanders, R.H., Psycharakis, S.G., Naemi, R., McCabe, C., and Machtsiras, G. (2008). Swimming. In Y. Hong and R. Bartlett (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Biomechanics and Human Movement Science. Taylor and Francis. pp. 323-339.
 

Morteza Shahbazi

 
  • Shahbazi, M.M. (2009). Determination of arms and legs contribution to propulsion and percentage of coordination in four strokes swim. Submitted for publication in American Society for Mechanical Engineering (Biomechanical Engineering)
  • Shahbazi, M.M., Sanders, R.H. (2008). A new mathematical simulation to study flip turn characteristics in front crawl swim. The XXVI International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports. Eds. Kwon, Y.H., Shim, J., Shim, J.k., Shin, I.S. Seoul National University, pp.156-159.
  • Shahbazi, M.M., Schogler, B., Sanders, R.H., Koenig, F. (2008). Nintendo WII contribution to Sports Biomechanics: a pilot study of push-off kinematics in breaststroke swim turn. The XXVI International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports. Eds. Kwon, Y.H., Shim, J., Shim, J.k., Shin, I.S. Seoul National University, pp.124-126.
  • Shahbazi, M.M., Bahadoran, M.R., Hojjat, S. (2008). A mechanical method for finding correlations between drag force and human anthropometrical measures in water. European Journal of Scientific research, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 129-139.
  • Shahbazi, M.M., Shahbazi, M. (2008). Effect of fast-skin body suit on propulsion in four strokes by using indirect measurement of active drag. The XXVI International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports. Eds. Kwon, Y.H., Shim, J., Shim, J.k., Shin, I.S. Seoul National University, pp.355-357.
  • Shahbazi, M.M. (2008). Determination of arms and legs contribution to propulsion and percentage of coordination in breaststroke swim. The XXVI International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports. Eds. Kwon, Y.H., Shim, J., Shim, J.k., Shin, I.S. Seoul National University, pp. 58-61.
  • Shahbazi, M.M., Bhadoran, M.R., Hojjat, S. (2008). Drag force related to body dimensions in front crawl swimming. The XXVI International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports. Eds. Kwon, Y.H., Shim, J., Shim, J.k., Shin, I.S. Seoul National University, pp.81-84.
 

Martine Verheul

 
  • Egan, C.D., Verheul, M.H.G., & Savelsbergh, G.J.P. (2007). Effects of experience on the coordination of internally and externally timed soccer kicks. Journal of Motor Behavior, 39(5), 423-432.