Reza Abdollahipour
Reza Abdollahipour
Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Rep.
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External focus of attention and autonomy support have additive benefits for motor performance in children
R Abdollahipour, MP Nieto, R Psotta, G Wulf
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 32, 17-24, 2017
Performance of gymnastics skill benefits from an external focus of attention
R Abdollahipour, G Wulf, R Psotta, M Palomo Nieto
Journal of sports sciences 33 (17), 1807-1813, 2015
Autonomy facilitates repeated maximum force productions
T Iwatsuki, R Abdollahipour, R Psotta, R Lewthwaite, G Wulf
Human movement science 55, 264-268, 2017
The influence of attentional focus instructions and vision on jump height performance
R Abdollahipour, R Psotta, WM Land
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 87 (4), 408-413, 2016
Practice variability promotes an external focus of attention and enhances motor skill learning
LK Chua, MK Dimapilis, T Iwatsuki, R Abdollahipour, R Lewthwaite, ...
Human movement science 64, 307-319, 2019
Factorial Validity of the Movement Assessment Battery for Children—2nd Edition (MABC-2) in 7-16-Year-Olds
R Psotta, R Abdollahipour
Perceptual and motor skills 124 (6), 1051-1068, 2017
Behavioral and neuroimaging research on developmental coordination disorder (DCD): A combined systematic review and meta-analysis of recent findings
E Subara-Zukic, MH Cole, TB McGuckian, B Steenbergen, D Green, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 809455, 2022
External relative to internal attentional focus enhances motor performance and learning in visually impaired individuals
R Abdollahipour, WM Land, A Cereser, S Chiviacowsky
Disability and rehabilitation 42 (18), 2621-2630, 2020
Gender differences in performance of the Movement Assessment Battery for Children-test in adolescents
L Valtr, R Psotta, R Abdollahipour
Acta Gymnica 46 (4), 155-161, 2016
Effects of attentional focus instructions on the learning of a target task: A moderation role of visual feedback
R Abdollahipour, R Psotta, M Palomo Nieto, M Rouzbahani, H Nikdast, ...
Kinesiology 46 (2.), 210-217, 2014
Is an external focus of attention more beneficial than an internal focus to ball catching in children?
R Abdollahipour, R Psotta
Kinesiology 49 (2.), 235-241, 2017
More bang for the buck: Autonomy support increases muscular efficiency
T Iwatsuki, HT Shih, R Abdollahipour, G Wulf
Psychological Research 85, 439-445, 2021
Children's motor imagery modality dominance modulates the role of attentional focus in motor skill learning
M Bahmani, M Babak, WM Land, JT Howard, JA Diekfuss, ...
Human Movement Science 75, 102742, 2021
The effects of attentional focus strategies on the performance and learning of soccer-dribbling task in children and adolescences
R Abdollahipour, A Bahram, M Shafizadeh, H Khalaji
Journal of Movement Sciences and Sports 1, 83-92, 2008
The effects of attentional focus instruction on the performance of a whole-body coordination task in children with developmental coordination disorder
R Psotta, R Abdollahipour, M Janura
Research in Developmental Disabilities 101, 103654, 2020
Optimizing bowling performance
R Abdollahipour, L Valtr, G Wulf
Journal of Motor Learning and Development 8 (2), 233-244, 2019
Relatedness affects eye blink rate and movement form learning
S Chiviacowsky, N Harter, F Del Vecchio, R Abdollahipour
Journal of Physical Education and Sport 19, 859-866, 2019
The differences of movement between children at risk of developmentalcoordination disorder and those not at risk
MPN Adrián Agricola, Rudolf Psotta, Reza Abdollahipour
Acta Gymnica, 2015
The role of vision in walking patterns in children with different levels of motor coordination
MP Nieto, L Valtr, R Abdollahipour, R Psotta
Revista iberoamericana de psicología del ejercicio y el deporte 13 (2), 289-296, 2018
The effects of various visual conditions on the gait cycle in children with different level of motor coordination-a pilot study
M Palomo-Nieto, R Psotta, R Abdollahipour, L Valtr
RICYDE. Revista Internacional de Ciencias del Deporte 11 (42), 387-399, 2015
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