Recent research in my lab has focused on the how practice context mediates efficient planning of movement timing. The contribution of a variety of practice factors (e.g., schedule, composition, and environmental characteristics) for effective organization of both the structural and scaling properties of movement timing have been investigated.

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Academic Articles63
  • Wright, D., & Sekiya, H. (2014). Organization of practice. Papaioannou, A. G., & Hackfort, D. (Eds.), Routledge Companion to Sport and Exercise Psychology Global Perspectives and Fundamental Concepts. (pp. 289-307). Routledge.
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  • Shea, C. H., & Wright, D. (2012). The representation, production, and transfer of simple and complex movement sequences. Hodges, N., & Williams, A. M. (Eds.), Skill Acquisition in Sport: Research, Theory and Practice. (pp. 131-149). Routledge.
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  • Wright, D. L., & Shea, C. H. (1994). Cognition and Motor Skill Acquisition: Contextual Dependencies. Reynolds, C. R. (Eds.), Cognitive Assessment. (pp. 89-106). Springer Us.
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Conference Papers60
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Texas A&M University; Health And Kinesiology; 4243 TAMU
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