button, c
button, c
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TitleCited byYear
Dynamics of skill acquisition: A constraints-led approach
KW Davids, C Button, SJ Bennett
Human Kinetics, 2008
Skill acquisition in sport: Some applications of an evolving practice ecology
C Handford, K Davids, S Bennett, C Button
Journal of sports sciences 15 (6), 621-640, 1997
Examination of gaze behaviors under in situ and video simulation task constraints reveals differences in information pickup for perception and action
M Dicks, C Button, K Davids
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 72 (3), 706-720, 2010
Unnatural selection: talent identification and development in sport
A Abbott, C Button, GJ Pepping, D Collins
Nonlinear dynamics, psychology, and life sciences 9 (1), 61-88, 2005
19 Emergence of sport skills under constraints
D Ara˙jo, K Davids, SJ Bennett, C Button, G Chapman
Skill acquisition in sport: Research, theory and practice, 409, 2004
A review of vision-based motion analysis in sport
S Barris, C Button
Sports Medicine 38 (12), 1025-1043, 2008
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
Influence of familiarization on the reliability of vertical jump and acceleration sprinting performance in physically active men.
G Moir, C Button, M Glaister, MH Stone
Journal of strength and conditioning research 18 (2), 276-280, 2004
Examining movement variability in the basketball free-throw action at different skill levels
C Button, M Macleod, R Sanders, S Coleman
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 74 (3), 257-269, 2003
The role of ecological dynamics in analysing performance in team sports
L Vilar, D Ara˙jo, K Davids, C Button
Sports Medicine 42 (1), 1-10, 2012
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
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
Key properties of expert movement systems in sport
L Seifert, C Button, K Davids
Sports Medicine 43 (3), 167-178, 2013
How boxers decide to punch a target: emergent behaviour in nonlinear dynamical movement systems
R Hristovski, K Davids, D Ara˙jo, C Button
Journal of sports science & medicine 5 (CSSI), 60, 2006
Individual differences in the visual control of intercepting a penalty kick in association football
M Dicks, K Davids, C Button
Human movement science 29 (3), 401-411, 2010
Nonlinear pedagogy in skill acquisition: An introduction
I Renshaw, JY Chow, K Davids, C Button
Routledge, 2015
Physical literacy: importance, assessment and future directions
S Giblin, D Collins, C Button
Sports Medicine 44 (9), 1177-1184, 2014
Coordination changes in a discrete multi-articular action as a function of practice
JY Chow, K Davids, C Button, M Koh
Acta psychologica 127 (1), 163-176, 2008
Availability of advance visual information constrains association-football goalkeeping performance during penalty kicks
M Dicks, C Button, K Davids
Perception 39 (8), 1111-1124, 2010
Does noise provide a basis for the unification of motor learning theories?
WI Schollhorn, H Beckmann, M Michelbrink, M Sechelmann, M Trockel, ...
International journal of sport psychology 37 (2/3), 186, 2006
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