Gabriele Wulf
Gabriele Wulf
Distinguished Professor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Motor control and learning: A behavioral emphasis
RA Schmidt, TD Lee, C Winstein, G Wulf, HN Zelaznik
Human kinetics, 2018
Attentional focus and motor learning: a review of 15 years
G Wulf
International Review of sport and Exercise psychology 6 (1), 77-104, 2013
The automaticity of complex motor skill learning as a function of attentional focus
G Wulf, N McNevin, CH Shea
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 54 (4), 1143-1154, 2001
Directing attention to movement effects enhances learning: A review
G Wulf, W Prinz
Psychonomic bulletin & review 8 (4), 648-660, 2001
Instructions for motor learning: Differential effects of internal versus external focus of attention
G Wulf, M Höß, W Prinz
Journal of motor behavior 30 (2), 169-179, 1998
Principles derived from the study of simple skills do not generalize to complex skill learning
G Wulf, CH Shea
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (2), 185-211, 2002
Motor skill learning and performance: a review of influential factors
G Wulf, C Shea, R Lewthwaite
Medical education 44 (1), 75-84, 2010
Optimizing performance through intrinsic motivation and attention for learning: The OPTIMAL theory of motor learning
G Wulf, R Lewthwaite
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (5), 1382-1414, 2016
Increasing the distance of an external focus of attention enhances learning
NH McNevin, CH Shea, G Wulf
Psychological research 67 (1), 22-29, 2003
Attention and motor skill learning
G Wulf
Human Kinetics, 2007
Enhancing the learning of sport skills through external-focus feedback
G Wulf, N McConnel, M Gärtner, A Schwarz
Journal of motor behavior 34 (2), 171-182, 2002
Increased movement accuracy and reduced EMG activity as the result of adopting an external focus of attention
T Zachry, G Wulf, J Mercer, N Bezodis
Brain research bulletin 67 (4), 304-309, 2005
The learning advantages of an external focus of attention in golf
G Wulf, B Lauterbach, T Toole
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 70 (2), 120-126, 1999
An external focus of attention enhances golf shot accuracy in beginners and experts
G Wulf, J Su
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 78 (4), 384-389, 2007
Principles of motor learning in treatment of motor speech disorders
E Maas, DA Robin, SNA Hula, SE Freedman, G Wulf, KJ Ballard, ...
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2008
Attention and motor performance: preferences for and advantages of an external focus
G Wulf, C Shea, JH Park
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 72 (4), 335-344, 2001
Self-controlled feedback: Does it enhance learning because performers get feedback when they need it?
S Chiviacowsky, G Wulf
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 73 (4), 408-415, 2002
Enhancing motor learning through external-focus instructions and feedback
CH Shea, G Wulf
Human movement science 18 (4), 553-571, 1999
EMG activity as a function of the performer's focus of attention
J Vance, G Wulf, T Töllner, N McNevin, J Mercer
Journal of motor behavior 36 (4), 450-459, 2004
Extrinsic feedback for motor learning after stroke: what is the evidence?
PM Van Vliet, G Wulf
Disability and rehabilitation 28 (13-14), 831-840, 2006
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