Howie J. Carson
Howie J. Carson
Moray House School of Education and Sport, The University of Edinburgh
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Refining and regaining skills in fixation/diversification stage performers: the Five-A Model
HJ Carson, D Collins
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 4 (2), 146–167, 2011
The fourth dimension: A motoric perspective on the anxiety–performance relationship
HJ Carson, D Collins
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 9 (1), 1–21, 2016
“If it feels right, do it”: Intuitive decision making in a sample of high-level sport coaches
D Collins, L Collins, HJ Carson
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 504, 2016
Intra-individual movement variability during skill transitions: A useful marker?
HJ Carson, D Collins, J Richards
European Journal of Sport Science 14 (4), 327–336, 2014
Metacognition and professional judgement and decision making: Importance, application and evaluation
L Collins, HJ Carson, D Collins
International Sport Coaching Journal 3 (3), 355–361, 2016
A case study of technical change and rehabilitation: Intervention design and interdisciplinary team intervention
HJ Carson, D Collins, B Jones
International Journal of Sport Psychology 45 (1), 57–78, 2014
Implementing the Five-A Model of technical refinement: Key roles of the sport psychologist
HJ Carson, D Collins
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 28 (4), 392–409, 2016
Letter to the editor concerning the article “Performance of gymnastics skill benefits from an external focus of attention” by Abdollahipour, Wulf, Psotta & Nieto (2015)
D Collins, HJ Carson, J Toner
Journal of Sports Sciences 34 (13), 1288–1292, 2016
Systems for technical refinement in experienced performers: The case from expert-level golf
HJ Carson, D Collins, MacNamara
International Journal of Golf Science 2 (1), 65–85, 2013
Blaming Bill Gates AGAIN! Misuse, overuse and misunderstanding of performance data in sport
D Collins, HJ Carson, A Cruickshank
Sport, Education and Society 20 (8), 1088–1099, 2015
The future for PETTLEP: A modern perspective on an effective and established tool
D Collins, HJ Carson
Current Opinion in Psychology 16 (1), 12–16, 2017
Initiating technical refinements in high-level golfers: Evidence for contradictory procedures
HJ Carson, D Collins, J Richards
European Journal of Sport Science 16 (4), 473–782, 2016
Tracking technical refinement in elite performers: The good, the better, and the ugly
HJ Carson, D Collins
International Journal of Golf Science 4 (1), 67–87, 2015
Sibling interaction as a facilitator for talent development in sport
RD Taylor, D Collins, HJ Carson
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 12 (2), 219–230, 2017
The impact of siblings during talent development: A longitudinal examination in sport
RD Taylor, HJ Carson, D Collins
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 30 (3), 272–287, 2018
Effective skill refinement: Focussing on process to ensure outcome
HJ Carson, D Collins
Central European Journal of Sport Sciences and Medicine 7 (3), 5–21, 2014
Examining the perceived value of professional judgement and decision-making in mountain leaders in the UK: a mixed-methods investigation
L Collins, HJ Carson, P Amos, D Collins
Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning 18 (2), 132–147, 2018
Implementing technical refinement in high-level athletics: exploring the knowledge schemas of coaches
PE Kearney, HJ Carson, D Collins
Journal of Sports Sciences 36 (10), 1118–1126, 2018
Refining motor skills in golf: A biopsychosocial perspective
HJ Carson, D Collins
Routledge international handbook of golf science, 196–206, 2017
Para-adventure: A hyper-dynamic problem for the inclusive coach
L Collins, S Simon, HJ Carson
Sport in Society 22 (7), 1165–1182, 2019
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