Dominic Micklewright
Dominic Micklewright
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Application of decision-making theory to the regulation of muscular work rate during self-paced competitive endurance activity
A Renfree, L Martin, D Micklewright, A St Clair Gibson
Sports Medicine 44 (2), 147-158, 2014
Previous experience influences pacing during 20 km time trial cycling
D Micklewright, E Papadopoulou, J Swart, T Noakes
British journal of sports medicine 44 (13), 952-960, 2010
Visual color perception in green exercise: Positive effects on mood and perceived exertion
A Akers, J Barton, R Cossey, P Gainsford, M Griffin, D Micklewright
Environmental science & technology 46 (16), 8661-8666, 2012
Development and validity of the rating-of-fatigue scale
D Micklewright, A St Clair Gibson, V Gladwell, A Al Salman
Sports Medicine 47 (11), 2375-2393, 2017
Cognition and performance: anxiety, mood and perceived exertion among Ironman triathletes
D Parry, C Chinnasamy, E Papadopoulou, T Noakes, D Micklewright
British Journal of Sports Medicine 45 (14), 1088-1094, 2011
Effect of spatial and temporal cues on athletic pacing in schoolchildren
C Chinnasamy, A St Clair Gibson, D Micklewright
Med Sci Sports Exerc 45 (2), 395-402, 2013
Physiological and psychological effects of deception on pacing strategy and performance: a review
HS Jones, EL Williams, CA Bridge, D Marchant, AW Midgley, ...
Sports medicine 43 (12), 1243-1257, 2013
Teleoanticipation in all-out short-duration cycling
AL Wittekind, D Micklewright, R Beneke
British journal of sports medicine 45 (2), 114-119, 2011
Mechanically versus electro-magnetically braked cycle ergometer: performance and energy cost of the Wingate Anaerobic Test
D Micklewright, A Alkhatib, R Beneke
European journal of applied physiology 96 (6), 748-751, 2006
Depression symptom severity and cardiorespiratory fitness in healthy and depressed adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis
T Papasavvas, RO Bonow, M Alhashemi, D Micklewright
Sports Medicine 46 (2), 219-230, 2016
Towards a three-dimensional framework of centrally regulated and goal-directed exercise behaviour: a narrative review
A Venhorst, D Micklewright, TD Noakes
British Journal of Sports Medicine 52 (15), 957-966, 2018
Pacing strategy in schoolchildren differs with age and cognitive development.
D Micklewright, C Angus, J Suddaby, A St Clair Gibson, G Sandercock, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 44 (2), 362-369, 2012
Will the conscious–subconscious pacing quagmire help elucidate the mechanisms of self-paced exercise? New opportunities in dual process theory and process tracing methods
D Micklewright, S Kegerreis, J Raglin, F Hettinga
Sports Medicine 47 (7), 1231-1239, 2017
Risk perception influences athletic pacing strategy
D Micklewright, D Parry, T Robinson, G Deacon, A Renfree, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 47 (5), 1026-1037, 2015
Mood state response to massage and subsequent exercise performance
D Micklewright, M Griffin, V Gladwell, R Beneke
The Sport Psychologist 19 (3), 234-250, 2005
Optic flow influences perceived exertion during cycling
D Parry, C Chinnasamy, D Micklewright
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 34 (4), 444-456, 2012
Crawling to the finish line: why do endurance runners collapse?
A St Clair Gibson, JJ De Koning, KG Thompson, WO Roberts, ...
Sports Medicine 43 (6), 413-424, 2013
Pacing behavior and tactical positioning in 500-and 1000-m short-track speed skating
OS Noorbergen, MJ Konings, D Micklewright, MT Elferink-Gemser, ...
International journal of sports physiology and performance 11 (6), 742-748, 2016
Observer effects on the rating of perceived exertion and affect during exercise in recreationally active males
R Winchester, LA Turner, K Thomas, L Ansley, KG Thompson, ...
Perceptual and motor skills 115 (1), 213-227, 2012
Deception studies manipulating centrally acting performance modifiers: a review.
EL Williams, HS Jones, S Sparks, DC Marchant, D Micklewright, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 46 (7), 1441-1451, 2014
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