William M Land
William M Land
Assistant Professor of Sport Psychology, University of Texas at San Antonio
Verified email at utsa.edu
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Mental representation and mental practice: experimental investigation on the functional links between motor memory and motor imagery
C Frank, WM Land, C Popp, T Schack
PloS one 9 (4), e95175, 2014
992014
Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions
S Razon, I Basevitch, W Land, B Thompson, G Tenenbaum
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 10 (6), 636-643, 2009
992009
Mental representation and learning: the influence of practice on the development of mental representation structure in complex action
C Frank, WM Land, T Schack
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 14 (3), 353-361, 2013
722013
The influence of attentional focus on the development of skill representation in a complex action
WM Land, C Frank, T Schack
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 15 (1), 30-38, 2014
562014
From action representation to action execution: exploring the links between cognitive and biomechanical levels of motor control
W Land, D Volchenkov, BE Bläsing, T Schack
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 7, 127, 2013
562013
Perceptual-cognitive changes during motor learning: The influence of mental and physical practice on mental representation, gaze behavior, and performance of a complex action
C Frank, WM Land, T Schack
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1981, 2016
512016
An outcome-and process-oriented examination of a golf-specific secondary task strategy to prevent choking under pressure
W Land, G Tenenbaum
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 24 (3), 303-322, 2012
462012
A conceptual framework for studying emotions–cognitions–performance linkage under conditions that vary in perceived pressure
G Tenenbaum, BD Hatfield, RC Eklund, WM Land, L Calmeiro, S Razon, ...
Progress in brain research 174, 159-178, 2009
442009
Examination of visual information as a mediator of external focus benefits
WM Land, G Tenenbaum, P Ward, C Marquardt
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (3), 250-259, 2013
392013
A Critical Introduction to Sport Psychology: A Critical Introduction
A Moran, J Toner
Taylor & Francis, 2017
322017
Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance
G Tenenbaum, WM Land
Progress in brain research 174, 251-266, 2009
252009
The influence of attentional focus instructions and vision on jump height performance
R Abdollahipour, R Psotta, WM Land
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 87 (4), 408-413, 2016
222016
Effects of physical practice and imagery practice on bilateral transfer in learning a sequential tapping task
WM Land, B Liu, A Cordova, M Fang, Y Huang, WX Yao
PloS one 11 (4), e0152228, 2016
162016
Whole-body posture planning in anticipation of a manual prehension task: Prospective and retrospective effects
WM Land, DA Rosenbaum, C Seegelke, T Schack
Acta psychologica 144 (2), 298-307, 2013
162013
Local Official's Incentives and Policy-Making: Through the Lens of the Politics Administration Relationship
Y Zhang
13*2007
External relative to internal attentional focus enhances motor performance and learning in visually impaired individuals
R Abdollahipour, WM Land, A Cereser, S Chiviacowsky
Disability and rehabilitation 42 (18), 2621-2630, 2020
102020
Diagnosing and measuring the yips in golf putting: A kinematic description of the involuntary movement component that is the yips.
PB Philippen, A Legler, WM Land, C Schuetz, T Schack
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 3 (3), 149, 2014
102014
Associative and dissociative imagery effects on perceived exertion and task duration
S Razon, I Basevitch, W Land, B Thompson, M Biermann, G Tenenbaum
Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity 5 (1), 2010
82010
Facilitation of automaticity: Sport-relevant vs. non-relevant secondary tasks
WM Land
82007
Modeling of predictive human movement coordination patterns for applications in computer graphics
A Mukovskiy, WM Land, T Schack, MA Giese
Václav Skala-UNION Agency, 2015
72015
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