Ross A Pinder
Ross A Pinder
Paralympics Australia
Verified email at paralympic.org.au
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Representative learning design and functionality of research and practice in sport
RA Pinder, K Davids, I Renshaw, D Araújo
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 33 (1), 146-155, 2011
4622011
An ecological dynamics approach to skill acquisition: Implications for development of talent in sport
K Davids, D Araújo, L Vilar, I Renshaw, R Pinder
Talent Development and Excellence 5 (1), 21-34, 2013
1742013
Information–movement coupling in developing cricketers under changing ecological practice constraints
RA Pinder, I Renshaw, K Davids
Human movement science 28 (4), 468-479, 2009
1132009
Manipulating informational constraints shapes movement reorganization in interceptive actions
RA Pinder, K Davids, I Renshaw, D Araújo
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73 (4), 1242-1254, 2011
952011
The dynamics of expertise acquisition in sport: The role of affective learning design
J Headrick, I Renshaw, K Davids, RA Pinder, D Araújo
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 16, 83-90, 2015
902015
Metastability and emergent performance of dynamic interceptive actions
RA Pinder, K Davids, I Renshaw
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 15 (5), 437-443, 2012
742012
The role of representative design in talent development: a comment on “Talent identification and promotion programmes of Olympic athletes”
RA Pinder, I Renshaw, K Davids
Journal of sports sciences 31 (8), 803-806, 2013
462013
Principles for the use of ball projection machines in elite and developmental sport programmes
RA Pinder, I Renshaw, K Davids, H Kerhervé
Sports Medicine 41 (10), 793-800, 2011
382011
Issues and challenges in developing representative tasks in sport
RA Pinder, J Headrick, RRD Oudejans
The Routledge handbook of sports expertise, 269-281, 2015
332015
Helping coaches apply the principles of representative learning design: validation of a tennis specific practice assessment tool
L Krause, D Farrow, M Reid, T Buszard, R Pinder
Journal of sports sciences 36 (11), 1277-1286, 2018
252018
Principles of motor learning in ecological dynamics: A comment on functions of learning and the acquisition of motor skills (with reference to sport)
K Davids, I Renshaw, RA Pinder, D Araújo, L Vilar
The Open Sports Sciences Journal 5, 113-117, 2012
202012
19 Skill acquisition and representative task design
RA Pinder, I Renshaw, J Headrick, K Davids
Complex systems in sport, 319, 2013
152013
Application of representative learning design for assessment of common practice tasks in tennis
L Krause, D Farrow, T Buszard, R Pinder, M Reid
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 41, 36-45, 2019
122019
Overground-propulsion kinematics and acceleration in elite wheelchair rugby
DS Haydon, RA Pinder, PN Grimshaw, WSP Robertson
International journal of sports physiology and performance 13 (2), 156-162, 2017
112017
Elite wheelchair rugby: a quantitative analysis of chair configuration in Australia
DS Haydon, RA Pinder, PN Grimshaw, WSP Robertson
Sports Engineering 19 (3), 177-184, 2016
112016
Attunement to haptic information helps skilled performers select implements for striking a ball in cricket
J Headrick, I Renshaw, RA Pinder, K Davids
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (8), 1782-1791, 2012
92012
What can coaches and physical education teachers learn from a constraints-led approach in para-sport?
RA Pinder, I Renshaw
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 24 (2), 190-205, 2019
82019
The role of psychology in enhancing skill acquisition and expertise in high performance programmes
K Davids, I Renshaw, R Pinder, D Greenwood, S Barris
Sport and exercise psychology: Practitioner case studies, 329-353, 2017
82017
Representative learning design in dynamic interceptive actions
RA Pinder
Queensland University of Technology, 2012
62012
Olympic and Paralympic coach perspectives on effective skill acquisition support and coach development
N Dehghansai, J Headrick, I Renshaw, RA Pinder, S Barris
Sport, Education and Society 25 (6), 667-680, 2020
52020
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