Florian Loffing
Florian Loffing
Institute of Sports Science, University of Oldenburg
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-oldenburg.de
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On the advantage of being left-handed in volleyball: further evidence of the specificity of skilled visual perception
F Loffing, J Schorer, N Hagemann, J Baker
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (2), 446-453, 2012
Skill differences in visual anticipation of type of throw in team-handball penalties
F Loffing, N Hagemann
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 15, 260-267, 2014
On-court position influences skilled tennis players' anticipation of shot outcome
F Loffing, N Hagemann
Journal of sport & exercise psychology 36 (1), 14-26, 2014
Left-handedness in professional and amateur tennis
F Loffing, N Hagemann, B Strauss
PLoS ONE 7 (11), e49325, 2012
Anticipation in sport
F Loffing, R Cañal-Bruland
Current opinion in psychology 16, 6-11, 2017
Relative Age Effects are a developmental problem in tennis: but not necessarily when you’re left‐handed!
F Loffing, J Schorer, SP Cobley
High Ability Studies 21 (1), 19-25, 2010
Automated processes in tennis: Do left-handed players benefit from the tactical preferences of their opponents?
F Loffing, N Hagemann, B Strauss
Journal of Sports Sciences 28 (4), 435-443, 2010
Human handedness in interactive situations: Negative perceptual frequency effects can be reversed!
J Schorer, F Loffing, N Hagemann, J Baker
Journal of sports sciences 30 (5), 507-513, 2012
Left preference for sport tasks does not necessarily indicate left-handedness: sport-specific lateral preferences, relationship with handedness and implications for laterality …
F Loffing, F Sölter, N Hagemann
PLoS ONE 9 (8), e105800, 2014
Pattern-induced expectation bias in visual anticipation of action outcomes
F Loffing, R Stern, N Hagemann
Acta psychologica 161, 45-53, 2015
The serve in professional men’s tennis: Effects of players’ handedness
F Loffing, N Hagemann, B Strauss
International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport 9 (2), 255-274, 2009
Accuracy of outcome anticipation, but not gaze behavior, differs against left-and right-handed penalties in team-handball goalkeeping
F Loffing, F Sölter, N Hagemann, B Strauss
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1820, 2015
Dueling in the penalty box: evidence-based recommendations on how shooters and goalkeepers can win penalty shootouts in soccer
D Memmert, S Hüttermann, N Hagemann, F Loffing, B Strauss
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 6 (1), 209-229, 2013
Skilled players’ and novices’ difficulty anticipating left-vs. right-handed opponents’ action intentions varies across different points in time
F Loffing, N Hagemann, J Schorer, J Baker
Human movement science 40, 410-421, 2015
Side bias in human performance: A review on the left-handers’ advantage in sports
F Loffing, N Hagemann
Bias in Human Behaviour, 163-182, 2012
Pushing through evolution? Incidence and fight records of left-oriented fighters in professional boxing history
F Loffing, N Hagemann
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 20 (3), 270-286, 2015
Left-handedness and time pressure in elite interactive ball games
F Loffing
Biology letters 13 (11), 20170446, 2017
Laterality in sports: Theories and applications
F Loffing, N Hagemann, B Strauss, C MacMahon
Academic Press, 2016
On-court position and handedness in visual anticipation of stroke direction in tennis
F Loffing, F Sölter, N Hagemann, B Strauss
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 27, 195-204, 2016
Performance differences between left-and right-sided athletes in one-on-one interactive sports
F Loffing, N Hagemann
Laterality in sports, 249-277, 2016
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