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Paul S Glazier, Ph.D.
Paul S Glazier, Ph.D.
Human Performance Scientist
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Movement systems as dynamical systems: the functional role of variability and its implications for sports medicine
K Davids, P Glazier, D Araújo, R Bartlett
Sports medicine 33, 245-260, 2003
11142003
Game, set and match? Substantive issues and future directions in performance analysis
PS Glazier
Sports Medicine 40 (8), 625-634, 2010
2782010
Towards a grand unified theory of sports performance
PS Glazier
Human movement science 56, 139-156, 2017
2212017
Constraints on the complete optimization of human motion
PS Glazier, K Davids
Sports Medicine 39 (1), 15-28, 2009
2012009
Anthropometric and kinematic influences on release speed in men’s fast-medium bowling
PS Glazier, GP Paradisis, SM Cooper
Journal of Sports Sciences 18 (12), 1013-1021, 2000
1582000
Dynamical systems theory: A relevant framework for performance-oriented sports biomechanics research
P Glazier, K Davids, R Bartlett
Sportscience 7, 2003
1452003
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
1142005
Measuring coordination and variability in coordination
JS Wheat, PS Glazier
Movement System Variability, 167-181, 2006
109*2006
The interface between biomechanics and motor control: Dynamic systems theory and the functional role of movement variability
PS Glazier, JS Wheat, DL Pease, RM Bartlett
Movement System Variability, 49-69, 2006
98*2006
“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
962004
Deconstructing neurobiological coordination: The role of the biomechanics-motor control nexus
K Davids, P Glazier
Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews 38 (2), 86-90, 2010
752010
Movement variability in the golf swing: Theoretical, methodological, and practical Issues
P Glazier
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 82 (2), 157-161, 2011
672011
Challenging Conventional Paradigms in Applied Sports Biomechanics Research
PS Glazier, S Mehdizadeh
Sports Medicine 49 (2), 171-176, 2019
662019
Is the 'crunch factor' an important consideration in the aetiology of lumbar spine pathology in cricket fast bowlers?
PS Glazier
Sports Medicine 40 (10), 809-815, 2010
562010
An Integrated Approach to the Biomechanics and Motor Control of Cricket Fast Bowling Techniques
PS Glazier, JS Wheat
Sports Medicine 44 (1), 25-36, 2014
552014
Self-Organisation and Constraints in Sports Performance
PS Glazier, MT Robins
Routledge Handbook of Sports Performance Analysis, 42-51, 2013
462013
On analysing and interpreting variability in motor output
PS Glazier, K Davids
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 12 (4), e2-e3, 2009
372009
In search of sports biomechanics’ holy grail: Can athlete-specific optimum sports techniques be identified?
PS Glazier, S Mehdizadeh
Journal of biomechanics 94, 1-4, 2019
272019
Comment on “Use of deterministic models in sports and exercise biomechanics research” by Chow and Knudson (2011)
PS Glazier, MT Robins
Sports Biomechanics 11 (1), 120-122, 2012
262012
Uncovering the secrets of The Don: Bradman reassessed
P Glazier, I Renshaw, K Davids, C Button
Sport Health 22 (4), 16, 2005
25*2005
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