Ian Renshaw
Ian Renshaw
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TitleCited byYear
Representative learning design and functionality of research and practice in sport
RA Pinder, K Davids, I Renshaw, D Ara˙jo
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 33 (1), 146-155, 2011
3382011
Expert performance in sport and the dynamics of talent development
E Phillips, K Davids, I Renshaw, M Portus
Sports medicine 40 (4), 271-283, 2010
3282010
A constraints-led perspective to understanding skill acquisition and game play: A basis for integration of motor learning theory and physical education praxis?
I Renshaw, JY Chow, K Davids, J Hammond
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 15 (2), 117-137, 2010
2772010
The role of nonlinear pedagogy in physical education
JY Chow, K Davids, C Button, R Shuttleworth, I Renshaw, D Ara˙jo
Review of Educational Research 77 (3), 251-278, 2007
2562007
Interactive processes link the multiple symptoms of fatigue in sport competition
AJ Knicker, I Renshaw, ARH Oldham, SP Cairns
Sports medicine 41 (4), 307-328, 2011
2022011
Movement models from sports provide representative task constraints for studying adaptive behavior in human movement systems
K Davids, C Button, D Ara˙jo, I Renshaw, R Hristovski
Adaptive behavior 14 (1), 73-95, 2006
1992006
Nonlinear pedagogy: a constraints-led framework for understanding emergence of game play and movement skills.
JY Chow, K Davids, C Button, R Shuttleworth, I Renshaw, D Araujo
Nonlinear dynamics, psychology, and life sciences 10 (1), 71-103, 2006
1782006
An ecological dynamics approach to skill acquisition: implications for development of talent in sport.
K Davids, D Ara˙jo, L Vilar, I Renshaw, R Pinder
Talent Development and Excellence 5 (1), 21-34, 2013
1232013
Nonlinear pedagogy in skill acquisition: An introduction
I Renshaw, JY Chow, K Davids, C Button
Routledge, 2015
1092015
Insights from ecological psychology and dynamical systems theory can underpin a philosophy of coaching
I Renshaw, KW Davids, R Shuttleworth, JY Chow
International Journal of Sport Psychology 40 (4), 540-602, 2009
1082009
Cricket bowling deliveries and the discrimination ability of professional and amateur batters
I Renshaw, MM Fairweather
Journal of Sports Sciences 18 (12), 951-957, 2000
1052000
Information–movement coupling in developing cricketers under changing ecological practice constraints
RA Pinder, I Renshaw, K Davids
Human Movement Science 28 (4), 468-479, 2009
962009
Proximity-to-goal as a constraint on patterns of behaviour in attacker–defender dyads in team games
J Headrick, K Davids, I Renshaw, D Ara˙jo, P Passos, O Fernandes
Journal of sports sciences 30 (3), 247-253, 2012
902012
Changing ecological constraints of practice alters coordination of dynamic interceptive actions
I Renshaw, ARH Oldham, K Davids, T Golds
European Journal of Sport Science 7 (3), 157-167, 2007
902007
Manipulating informational constraints shapes movement reorganization in interceptive actions
RA Pinder, K Davids, I Renshaw, D Ara˙jo
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73 (4), 1242-1254, 2011
802011
Movement models from sports reveal fundamental insights into coordination processes
K Davids, I Renshaw, P Glazier
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 33 (1), 36-42, 2005
742005
Motor learning in practice: A constraints-led approach
I Renshaw, K Davids, GJP Savelsbergh
Routledge, 2010
712010
Metastability and emergent performance of dynamic interceptive actions
RA Pinder, K Davids, I Renshaw
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 15 (5), 437-443, 2012
612012
“Essential noise”–enhancing variability of informational constraints benefits movement control: a comment on Waddington and Adams (2003)
K Davids, R Shuttleworth, C Button, I Renshaw, P Glazier
British journal of sports medicine 38 (5), 601-605, 2004
602004
Nonlinear pedagogy: implications for teaching games for understanding (TGfU)
JY Chow, KW Davids, C Button, I Renshaw, R Shuttleworth, LA Uehara
TGfU: simply good pedagogy: understanding a complex challenge 1, 131-143, 2009
592009
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