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Nichola Callow
Nichola Callow
Reader Sport Psychology, Bangor University, Institute for the Psychology of Elite Performance
Verified email at bangor.ac.uk
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Movement imagery ability: development and assessment of a revised version of the vividness of movement imagery questionnaire
R Roberts, N Callow, L Hardy, D Markland, J Bringer
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 30 (2), 200-221, 2008
5252008
Measurement of transformational leadership and its relationship with team cohesion and performance level
N Callow, MJ Smith, L Hardy, CA Arthur, J Hardy
Journal of applied sport psychology 21 (4), 395-412, 2009
5212009
Efficacy of external and internal visual imagery perspectives for the enhancement of performance on tasks in which form is important
L Hardy, N Callow
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 21 (2), 95-112, 1999
4371999
The effects of a motivational general-mastery imagery intervention on the sport confidence of high-level badminton players
N Callow, L Hardy, C Hall
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 72 (4), 389-400, 2001
3702001
Emotions and sport performance: An exploration of happiness, hope, and anger
T Woodman, PA Davis, L Hardy, N Callow, I Glasscock, J Yuill-Proctor
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 31 (2), 169-188, 2009
2912009
Imagery use by injured athletes: A qualitative analysis
M Driediger, C Hall, N Callow
Journal of sports sciences 24 (3), 261-272, 2006
2872006
Types of imagery associated with sport confidence in netball players of varying skill levels
N Callow, L Hardy
Journal of applied sport psychology 13 (1), 1-17, 2001
2852001
Transformational leadership and task cohesion in sport: The mediating role of intrateam communication
MJ Smith, CA Arthur, J Hardy, N Callow, D Williams
Psychology of sport and exercise 14 (2), 249-257, 2013
2552013
Saliva flow rate, total protein concentration and osmolality as potential markers of whole body hydration status during progressive acute dehydration in humans
NP Walsh, JC Montague, N Callow, AV Rowlands
Archives of oral biology 49 (2), 149-154, 2004
2492004
The relationship between the use of kinaesthetic imagery and different visual imagery perspectives
N Callow, L Hardy
Journal of sports sciences 22 (2), 167-177, 2004
2052004
The effect of kinesthetic imagery on the sport confidence of flat-race horse jockeys
N Callow, A Waters
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 6 (4), 443-459, 2005
1972005
Effects of dynamic and static imagery on vividness of imagery, skiing performance, and confidence
N Callow, R Roberts, JZ Fawkes
Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity 1 (1), 2006
1352006
Transformational leadership and task cohesion in sport: The mediating role of inside sacrifice
LD Cronin, CA Arthur, J Hardy, N Callow
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 37 (1), 23-36, 2015
1302015
There is an “I” in TEAM: Narcissism and social loafing
T Woodman, R Roberts, L Hardy, N Callow, CH Rogers
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 82 (2), 285-290, 2011
1012011
Imagery research: An investigation of three issues
N Callow, R Roberts
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 11 (4), 325-329, 2010
972010
Performance improvements from imagery: evidence that internal visual imagery is superior to external visual imagery for slalom performance
N Callow, R Roberts, L Hardy, D Jiang, MG Edwards
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 697, 2013
892013
Better out than in: The influence of anger regulation on physical performance
PA Davis, T Woodman, N Callow
Personality and Individual Differences 49 (5), 457-460, 2010
822010
Development and validation of a trait measure of robustness of self-confidence
S Beattie, L Hardy, J Savage, T Woodman, N Callow
Psychology of sport and exercise 12 (2), 184-191, 2011
812011
The neural substrates for the different modalities of movement imagery
D Jiang, MG Edwards, P Mullins, N Callow
Brain and cognition 97, 22-31, 2015
752015
Imagery use during rehabilitation from injury: A case study of an elite athlete
R Hare, L Evans, N Callow
The Sport Psychologist 22 (4), 405-422, 2008
632008
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