Bradley D. Hatfield
Bradley D. Hatfield
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A meta-analysis on the anxiety-reducing effects of acute and chronic exercise. Outcomes and mechanisms
S Petruzzello, D Landers, B Hatfield, K Kubitz, W Salazar
Sports Medicine 11 (3), 143-182, 1991
Neuro-cognitive activity during a self-paced visuospatial task: comparative EEG profiles in marksmen and novice shooters
AJ Haufler, TW Spalding, DL Santa Maria, BD Hatfield
Biological psychology 53 (2-3), 131-160, 2000
Cognitive Processes During Self-Paced Motor Performance: An Electroencephalographic Profile of Skilled Marksmen
B Hatfield, D Landers, W Ray
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 6 (1), 42-59, 1984
Expertise differences in cortical activation and gaze behavior during rifle shooting
CM Janelle, CH Hillman, RJ Apparies, NP Murray, L Meili, EA Fallon, ...
Journal of Sport and Exercise psychology 22 (2), 167-182, 2000
Electroencephalographic studies of skilled psychomotor performance
BD Hatfield, AJ Haufler, TM Hung, TW Spalding
Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 21 (3), 144-156, 2004
Relationship between physical activity level, telomere length, and telomerase activity
AT Ludlow, JOB Zimmerman, S Witkowski, JW Hearn, BD Hatfield, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 40 (10), 1764, 2008
Cortico-cortical communication and superior performance in skilled marksmen: An EEG coherence analysis
SP Deeny, CH Hillman, CM Janelle, BD Hatfield
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 25 (2), 188-204, 2003
The psychophysiology of sport: A mechanistic understanding of the psychology of superior performance
BD Hatfield, CH Hillman
Handbook of sport psychology 2, 362-386, 2001
Cerebral Cortical Adaptations Associated with Visuomotor Practice
S Kerick, L Douglass, B Hatfield
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 36 (1), 118 - 129, 2004
The relationship of age and cardiovascular fitness to cognitive and motor processes
CH Hillman, EP Weiss, JM Hagberg, BD Hatfield
Psychophysiology 39 (3), 303-312, 2002
Psychology of sports: A social psychological approach
SE Iso-Ahola, BD Hatfield
William C Brown Pub, 1986
A novel approach to the physiological measurement of mental workload
MW Miller, JC Rietschel, CG McDonald, BD Hatfield
International Journal of Psychophysiology 80 (1), 75-78, 2011
Temporal dynamics and dimensional specificity of the affective response to exercise of varying intensity: differing pathways to a common outcome
WR Bixby, TW Spalding, BD Hatfield
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 23 (3), 171-190, 2001
Beyond age and gender: relationships between cortical and subcortical brain volume and cognitive-motor abilities in school-age children
MM Pangelinan, G Zhang, JW VanMeter, JE Clark, BD Hatfield, ...
Neuroimage 54 (4), 3093-3100, 2011
The unique relation of physical activity to executive function in older men and women.
WR Bixby, TW Spalding, AJ Haufler, SP Deeny, PT Mahlow, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 39 (8), 1408-1416, 2007
Effects of an aquatic exercise program on inhibitory control in children with ADHD: a preliminary study
YK Chang, CL Hung, CJ Huang, BD Hatfield, TM Hung
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 29 (3), 217-223, 2014
Aerobic exercise training and cardiovascular reactivity to psychological stress in sedentary young normotensive men and women
TW Spalding, LA Lyon, DH Steel, BD Hatfield
Psychophysiology 41 (4), 552-562, 2004
Electroencephalographic coherence during visuomotor performance: a comparison of cortico-cortical communication in experts and novices
SP Deeny, AJ Haufler, M Saffer, BD Hatfield
Journal of motor behavior 41 (2), 106-116, 2009
Plasma beta-endorphin concentration: response to intensity and duration of exercise.
AH Goldfarb, BD Hatfield, D Armstrong, J Potts
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 22 (2), 241-244, 1990
An electrocortical comparison of executed and rejected shots in skilled marksmen
CH Hillman, RJ Apparies, CM Janelle, BD Hatfield
Biological Psychology 52 (1), 71-83, 2000
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