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Relative age influences performance of world-class track and field athletes even in the adulthood.
PR Brustio, PE Kearney, C Lupo, AN Ungureanu, A Mulasso, A Rainoldi, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 1395, 2019
732019
Excelling at youth level in competitive track and field athletics is not a prerequisite for later success
PE Kearney, PR Hayes
Journal of sports sciences 36 (21), 2502-2509, 2018
652018
Injury in elite women’s soccer: a systematic review
TA Alahmad, P Kearney, R Cahalan
The Physician and sportsmedicine 48 (3), 259-265, 2020
602020
A distal focus of attention leads to superior performance on a golf putting task
PE Kearney
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 13 (4), 371-381, 2015
552015
Faster, higher, stronger, older: Relative age effects are most influential during the youngest age grade of track and field athletics in the United Kingdom
PE Kearney, PR Hayes, A Nevill
Journal of sports sciences 36 (20), 2282-2288, 2018
482018
Investigating inspirational leader communication in an elite team sport context
MJ Smith, SG Figgins, M Jewiss, PE Kearney
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 13 (2), 213-224, 2018
382018
Dance exposure, wellbeing and injury in collegiate Irish and contemporary dancers: A prospective study
R Cahalan, P Kearney, ON Bhriain, E Redding, E Quin, LC McLaughlin, ...
Physical Therapy in Sport 34, 77-83, 2018
352018
Misunderstandings of concussion within a youth rugby population
PE Kearney, J See
Journal of science and medicine in sport 20 (11), 981-985, 2017
312017
The identity, epistemology and developmental experiences of high-level adventure sports coaches
E Christian, M Berry, P Kearney
Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning 17 (4), 353-366, 2017
302017
Relationship between fundamental movement skill and sport skill level of young adults
P Kearney, PJ Smyth, R Anderson
JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY 30, S47-S48, 2008
262008
Implementing technical refinement in high-level athletics: exploring the knowledge schemas of coaches
PE Kearney, HJ Carson, D Collins
Journal of Sports Sciences, 2017
242017
Playing position influences the relative age effect in senior rugby union
PE Kearney
Science & Sports 32 (2), 114-116, 2017
242017
It’s not what, but where: how the accentuated features of the adventure sports coaching environment promote the development of sophisticated epistemic beliefs
E Christian, CI Hodgson, M Berry, P Kearney
Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning 20 (1), 68-80, 2020
232020
Football coaches' perceptions of the introduction, delivery and evaluation of visual exploratory activity
C Pulling, P Kearney, D Eldridge, M Dicks
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 39, 81-89, 2018
192018
The influence of nationality and playing position on relative age effects in rugby union: A cross-cultural comparison
P Kearney
South African Journal of Sports Medicine 29 (1), 1-4, 2018
192018
Further evidence against eye–hand coordination as a general ability
PH Ellison, PE Kearney, SA Sparks, PN Murphy, DC Marchant
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 13 (5), 687-693, 2018
172018
Ultra-short race-pace training (USRPT) In swimming: current perspectives
F Nugent, T Comyns, P Kearney, G Warrington
Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine, 133-144, 2019
152019
An Investigation of the Self-Reported Practice Activities and Session Sequencing of Inter-County Gaelic Football Coaches
P Kinnerk, S Harvey, P Kearney, C MacDonncha, M Lyons
International Sport Coaching Journal 6 (2), 211-219, 2019
142019
Skill acquisition practices of coaches on the British Para swimming World Class Programme
D Powell, G Wood, PE Kearney, C Payton
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 16 (5), 1097-1110, 2021
122021
Coaches and parents hold contrasting perceptions of optimal youth development activities in track and field athletics
PE Kearney, TM Comyns, PR Hayes
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 15 (2), 157-169, 2020
112020
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