Sarah E Williams
Sarah E Williams
Verified email at bham.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Further validation and development of the movement imagery questionnaire
SE Williams, J Cumming, N Ntoumanis, SM Nordin-Bates, R Ramsey, ...
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 34 (5), 621-646, 2012
1252012
The use of imagery to manipulate challenge and threat appraisal states in athletes
SE Williams, J Cumming, GM Balanos
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 32 (3), 339-358, 2010
1192010
Measuring athlete imagery ability: The sport imagery ability questionnaire
SE Williams, J Cumming
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 33 (3), 416-440, 2011
1132011
The role of imagery in performance
J Cumming, SE Williams
Handbook of sport and performance psychology, 213-232, 2012
1102012
Introducing the revised applied model of deliberate imagery use for sport, dance, exercise, and rehabilitation
J Cumming, SE Williams
Movement & Sport Sciences-Science & Motricité, 69-81, 2013
952013
Layered stimulus response training improves motor imagery ability and movement execution
SE Williams, SJ Cooley, J Cumming
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (1), 60-71, 2013
772013
Telepathology for patient care: what am I getting myself into?
S Williams, WH Henricks, MJ Becich, M Toscano, AB Carter
Advances in anatomic pathology 17 (2), 130-149, 2010
712010
Causes of death among patients with chronic fatigue syndrome
LA Jason, K Corradi, S Gress, S Williams, S Torres-Harding
Health care for women international 27 (7), 615-626, 2006
672006
A prospective phase II evaluation of esophageal stenting for neoadjuvant therapy for esophageal cancer: optimal performance and surgical safety
RE Brown, AE Abbas, S Ellis, S Williams, CR Scoggins, KM McMasters, ...
Journal of the American College of Surgeons 212 (4), 582-588, 2011
522011
Examining the emotion aspect of PETTLEP-based imagery with penalty taking in soccer
R Ramsey, J Cumming, MG Edwards, S Williams, C Brunning
Journal of Sport Behavior 33 (3), 295, 2010
492010
Seeing the difference: Developing effective imagery scripts for athletes
SE Williams, SJ Cooley, E Newell, F Weibull, J Cumming
Journal of Sport Psychology in Action 4 (2), 109-121, 2013
462013
Identifying the facilitators and processes which influence recovery in individuals with schizophrenia: a systematic review and thematic synthesis
A Soundy, B Stubbs, C Roskell, SE Williams, A Fox, D Vancampfort
Journal of Mental Health 24 (2), 103-110, 2015
392015
Athletes’ ease of imaging predicts their imagery and observational learning use
SE Williams, J Cumming
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 13 (4), 363-370, 2012
392012
The functional equivalence between movement imagery, observation, and execution influences imagery ability
SE Williams, J Cumming, MG Edwards
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 82 (3), 555-564, 2011
382011
Comparing self-report and mental chronometry measures of motor imagery ability
SE Williams, A Guillot, F Di Rienzo, J Cumming
European Journal of Sport Science 15 (8), 703-711, 2015
362015
Sport imagery ability predicts trait confidence, and challenge and threat appraisal tendencies
SE Williams, J Cumming
European journal of sport science 12 (6), 499-508, 2012
342012
Challenge vs. threat: Investigating the effect of using imagery to manipulate stress appraisal of a dart throwing task
SE Williams, J Cumming
Sport & exercise psychology review 8 (1), 4-21, 2012
342012
Methodological variations in guided imagery interventions using movement imagery scripts in sport: A systematic review
SJ Cooley, SE Williams, VE Burns, J Cumming
Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity 8 (1), 13-34, 2013
322013
A transcranial magnetic stimulation study of the effects of cannabis use on motor cortical inhibition and excitability
PB Fitzgerald, S Williams, ZJ Daskalakis
Neuropsychopharmacology 34 (11), 2368, 2009
322009
Investigating the psychosocial determinants of physical activity in older adults: a qualitative approach
MC Kosteli, SE Williams, J Cumming
Psychology & health 31 (6), 730-749, 2016
312016
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