Dr Samuel J Vine
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The influence of anxiety on visual attentional control in basketball free throw shooting
MR Wilson, SJ Vine, G Wood
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 31 (2), 152-168, 2009
Anxiety, attentional control, and performance impairment in penalty kicks
MR Wilson, G Wood, SJ Vine
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 31 (6), 761-775, 2009
The influence of quiet eye training and pressure on attention and visuo-motor control
SJ Vine, MR Wilson
Acta psychologica 136 (3), 340-346, 2011
Quiet eye training facilitates competitive putting performance in elite golfers
SJ Vine, L Moore, MR Wilson
Frontiers in psychology, 8, 2011
Quiet eye training: The acquisition, refinement and resilient performance of targeting skills
SJ Vine, LJ Moore, MR Wilson
European journal of sport science 14 (sup1), S235-S242, 2014
The effect of challenge and threat states on performance: An examination of potential mechanisms
LJ Moore, SJ Vine, MR Wilson, P Freeman
Psychophysiology 49 (10), 1417-1425, 2012
Quiet eye training expedites motor learning and aids performance under heightened anxiety: The roles of response programming and external attention
LJ Moore, SJ Vine, A Cooke, C Ring, MR Wilson
Psychophysiology 49 (7), 1005-1015, 2012
Psychomotor control in a virtual laparoscopic surgery training environment: gaze control parameters differentiate novices from experts
M Wilson, J McGrath, S Vine, J Brewer, D Defriend, R Masters
Surgical endoscopy 24, 2458-2464, 2010
Gaze training enhances laparoscopic technical skill acquisition and multi-tasking performance: a randomized, controlled study
MR Wilson, SJ Vine, E Bright, RSW Masters, D Defriend, JS McGrath
Surgical endoscopy 25, 3731-3739, 2011
Quiet eye training: Effects on learning and performance under pressure
SJ Vine, MR Wilson
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 22 (4), 361-376, 2010
Quiet eye training facilitates visuomotor coordination in children with developmental coordination disorder
CAL Miles, G Wood, SJ Vine, JN Vickers, MR Wilson
Research in Developmental Disabilities 40, 31-41, 2015
Quiet eye training: A means to implicit motor learning
SJ Vine, LJ Moore, A Cooke, C Ring, MR Wilson
Int J Sport Psychol 44 (4), 367-86, 2013
Cheating experience: Guiding novices to adopt the gaze strategies of experts expedites the learning of technical laparoscopic skills
SJ Vine, RSW Masters, JS McGrath, E Bright, MR Wilson
Surgery 152 (1), 32-40, 2012
Champ or chump?: Challenge and threat states during pressurized competition
LJ Moore, MR Wilson, SJ Vine, AH Coussens, P Freeman
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (6), 551-562, 2013
Quiet eye distinguishes children of high and low motor coordination abilities
MR Wilson, CAL Miles, SJ Vine, JN Vickers
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 45 (6), 1144-1151, 2013
The impact of visual illusions on perception, action planning, and motor performance
G Wood, SJ Vine, MR Wilson
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75, 830-834, 2013
Quiet eye and choking: Online control breaks down at the point of performance failure
SJ Vine, D Lee, LJ Moore, MR Wilson
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 45 (10), 1988-1994, 2013
Evaluating stress as a challenge is associated with superior attentional control and motor skill performance: testing the predictions of the biopsychosocial model of challenge …
SJ Vine, P Freeman, LJ Moore, R Chandra-Ramanan, MR Wilson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 19 (3), 185, 2013
Individual reactions to stress predict performance during a critical aviation incident
SJ Vine, L Uiga, A Lavric, LJ Moore, K Tsaneva-Atanasova, MR Wilson
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 28 (4), 467-477, 2015
Reappraising threat: How to optimize performance under pressure
LJ Moore, SJ Vine, MR Wilson, P Freeman
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 37 (3), 339-343, 2015
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