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Damian Farrow
Damian Farrow
Professor of Skill Acquisition, Victoria University
Verified email at vu.edu.au
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How do world-class cricket batsmen anticipate a bowler's intention?
S Müller, B Abernethy, D Farrow
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (12), 2162-2186, 2006
4522006
An integrated, multifactorial approach to periodization for optimal performance in individual and team sports
I Mujika, S Halson, LM Burke, G Balagué, D Farrow
International journal of sports physiology and performance 13 (5), 538-561, 2018
4402018
Can anticipatory skills be learned through implicit video based perceptual training?
D Farrow, B Abernethy
Journal of sports sciences 20 (6), 471-485, 2002
4372002
A review of agility: Practical applications for strength and conditioning
W Young, D Farrow
Strength & Conditioning Journal 28 (5), 24-29, 2006
4162006
Do expertise and the degree of perception—action coupling affect natural anticipatory performance?
D Farrow, B Abernethy
Perception 32 (9), 1127-1139, 2003
3762003
The effects of fatigue on decision making and shooting skill performance in water polo players
KA Royal, D Farrow, I Mujika, SL Halson, D Pyne, B Abernethy
Journal of sports sciences 24 (8), 807-815, 2006
3662006
The development of a test of reactive agility for netball: a new methodology
D Farrow, W Young, L Bruce
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 8 (1), 52-60, 2005
3482005
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
2652010
The effect of equipment scaling on the skill acquisition of beginning tennis players
D Farrow, M Reid
Journal of sports sciences 28 (7), 723-732, 2010
2522010
The effect of video-based perceptual training on the tennis return of serve.
D Farrow, P Chivers, C Hardingham, S Sachse
International Journal of Sport Psychology, 1998
2511998
Probing expert anticipation with the temporal occlusion paradigm: Experimental investigations of some methodological issues
D Farrow, B Abernethy, RC Jackson
Motor control 9 (3), 330-349, 2005
2432005
Developing sport expertise: Researchers and coaches put theory into practice
D Farrow, J Baker, C MacMahon
Routledge, 2013
2142013
An integrated physiological and performance profile of professional tennis
DJ Hornery, D Farrow, I Mujika, W Young
British journal of sports medicine 41 (8), 531-536, 2007
2052007
The development of anticipation: A cross-sectional examination of the practice experiences contributing to skill in cricket batting
J Weissensteiner, B Abernethy, D Farrow, S Müller
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 30 (6), 663-684, 2008
1982008
Fatigue in tennis: mechanisms of fatigue and effect on performance
DJ Hornery, D Farrow, I Mujika, W Young
Sports Medicine 37, 199-212, 2007
1962007
The contribution of situational probability information to anticipatory skill
D Farrow, M Reid
Journal of science and medicine in sport 15 (4), 368-373, 2012
1772012
Scaling the equipment and play area in children’s sport to improve motor skill acquisition: A systematic review
T Buszard, M Reid, R Masters, D Farrow
Sports medicine 46, 829-843, 2016
1732016
Fundamental movement skills are more than run, throw and catch: The role of stability skills
JR Rudd, LM Barnett, ML Butson, D Farrow, J Berry, RCJ Polman
PloS one 10 (10), e0140224, 2015
1692015
The effect of equipment scaling on children’s sport performance: the case for tennis
E Timmerman, J De Water, K Kachel, M Reid, D Farrow, G Savelsbergh
Journal of sports sciences 33 (10), 1093-1100, 2015
1652015
Constraints and issues in the development of a general theory of expert perceptual-motor performance
B Abernethy, D Farrow, J Berry
Expert performance in sports: Advances in research on sport expertise, 349-369, 2003
1642003
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