In our recently published meta-analysis we show that imagery training in children can be effective (see here).„Imagery training in children – does that make sense?“ weiterlesen
Learn motor actions from your(better)self
Watch a future version of yourself to practice and learn a motor action? Here is what we found (for more details, see here).„Learn motor actions from your(better)self“ weiterlesen
Imagery, golf, and us presenting
We presented during the first day of this year’s RIO meeting.„Imagery, golf, and us presenting“ weiterlesen
asp – Wir kommen!
We’ll be joining this year’s annual conference of the German association for sport psychology (asp) in Münster, Germany.„asp – Wir kommen!“ weiterlesen
Team action – MI, AO, or AOMI?
What’s the best (mental) way to practice and improve team-based corner routines in soccer novices?„Team action – MI, AO, or AOMI?“ weiterlesen
Imagery training in school-based physical education?
To imagine a motor action can be an effective way to improve performance and to promote learning, even in heterogeneous settings such as physical education in school.„Imagery training in school-based physical education?“ weiterlesen
From cognition to physical education: asp Symposium on imagery in children
We’ve participated in this year’s Annual Sport Psychology Conference (asp) with a symposium on imagery in children and adolescence.„From cognition to physical education: asp Symposium on imagery in children“ weiterlesen
Cognitive control in expert performance?
Kuo-Ping Wang, a PhD student currently working with the Neurocognition and Action Group at Bielefeld University, is researching on questions related to attention, conscious control and performance, both in experts as well as during learning.„Cognitive control in expert performance?“ weiterlesen
AO, MI, AO+MI and cognitive performance
How does a combination of motor imagery and action observation (in comparison to motor imagery or action observation alone) affect cognitive performance? And how does this translate into motor performance?„AO, MI, AO+MI and cognitive performance“ weiterlesen