Kath Bicknell
Kath Bicknell
Macquarie University
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The sense of agency and its role in strategic control for expert mountain bikers.
W Christensen, K Bicknell, D McIlwain, J Sutton
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 2 (3), 340, 2015
Handbook of embodied cognition and sport psychology
RSW Masters, D Papineau, LA Shapiro, S Spaulding, DD Hutto, ...
MIT Press, 2019
Feeling them ride: Corporeal exchange in cross-country mountain bike racing
K Bicknell
About Performance, 81, 2010
Affordances and the anticipatory control of action
W Christensen, K Bicknell
Handbook of embodied cognition and sport psychology, 601-621, 2019
Sport, entertainment and the live (d) experience of cheering
K Bicknell
Popular Entertainment Studies 2 (1), 96-111, 2011
Memory systems and the control of skilled action
W Christensen, J Sutton, K Bicknell
Philosophical Psychology 32 (5), 692-718, 2019
Technology, equipment and the mountain biker’s taskscape
K Bicknell
Women in Action Sport Cultures, 237-258, 2016
Everybody’s writing
K Bicknell
Proceedings of the 5th Australian Cycling Conference, 89-96, 2013
The audience experience: A critical analysis of audiences in the performing arts
K Bicknell
Australasian Drama Studies, 326, 2014
Book review:'The Audience experience: a critical analysis of audiences in the performing arts'
K Bicknell
La Trobe University, 2014
The Feel of Five Minutes
K Bicknell
time.transcendance.performance: Referreed Conference Proceedings, 2010
Embodied Experience in the Cognitive Ecologies of Skilled Performance The skilled performance of experts in complex, culturally-significant settings often involves navigating …
J Sutton, K Bicknell
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