Andrew Cooke
Andrew Cooke
Institute for the Psychology of Elite Performance, Bangor University
Verified email at bangor.ac.uk
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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
1712012
Psychological, muscular and kinematic factors mediate performance under pressure
A Cooke, M Kavussanu, D McIntyre, C Ring
Psychophysiology 47 (6), 1109-1118, 2010
1442010
Preparation for action: Psychophysiological activity preceding a motor skill as a function of expertise, performance outcome, and psychological pressure
A Cooke, M Kavussanu, G Gallicchio, A Willoughby, D McIntyre, C Ring
Psychophysiology 51 (4), 374-384, 2014
992014
Effects of competitive pressure on expert performance: Underlying psychological, physiological, and kinematic mechanisms
A Cooke, M Kavussanu, D McIntyre, ID Boardley, C Ring
Psychophysiology 48 (8), 1146-1156, 2011
912011
Investigating the efficacy of neurofeedback training for expediting expertise and excellence in sport
C Ring, A Cooke, M Kavussanu, D McIntyre, R Masters
Psychology of sport and exercise 16, 118-127, 2015
792015
The effects of individual and team competitions on performance, emotions, and effort
A Cooke, M Kavussanu, D McIntyre, C Ring
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (2), 132-143, 2013
712013
Quiet eye training: A means to implicit motor learning
SJ Vine, LJ Moore, A Cooke, C Ring, MR Wilson
International Journal of Sport Psychology 44 (4), 367-386, 2013
702013
Readying the head and steadying the heart: A review of cortical and cardiac studies of preparation for action in sport
A Cooke
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 6 (1), 122-138, 2013
592013
Lower left temporal-frontal connectivity characterizes expert and accurate performance: High-alpha T7-Fz connectivity as a marker of conscious processing during movement.
G Gallicchio, A Cooke, C Ring
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 5 (1), 14, 2016
552016
A critical introduction to sport psychology: A critical introduction
A Moran, J Toner
Routledge, 2017
482017
Practice makes efficient: Cortical alpha oscillations are associated with improved golf putting performance.
G Gallicchio, A Cooke, C Ring
Sport, exercise, and performance psychology 6 (1), 89, 2017
452017
Effects of competition on endurance performance and the underlying psychological and physiological mechanisms
A Cooke, M Kavussanu, D McIntyre, C Ring
Biological Psychology 86 (3), 370-378, 2011
452011
Premovement high‐alpha power is modulated by previous movement errors: Indirect evidence to endorse high‐alpha power as a marker of resource allocation during motor programming
A Cooke, G Gallicchio, M Kavussanu, A Willoughby, D McIntyre, C Ring
Psychophysiology 52 (7), 977-981, 2015
352015
The moderating role of narcissism on the reciprocal relationship between self-efficacy and performance.
S Beattie, C Dempsey, R Roberts, T Woodman, A Cooke
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 6 (2), 199, 2017
192017
Chunking, conscious processing, and EEG during sequence acquisition and performance pressure: a comprehensive test of reinvestment theory
E Bellomo, A Cooke, J Hardy
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 40 (3), 135-145, 2018
142018
Assessing ocular activity during performance of motor skills using electrooculography
G Gallicchio, A Cooke, C Ring
Psychophysiology 55 (7), e13070, 2018
122018
When the going gets tough, who gets going? An examination of the relationship between narcissism, effort, and performance.
R Roberts, A Cooke, T Woodman, H Hupfeld, C Barwood, H Manley
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 8 (1), 93, 2019
112019
Neurofeedback research in sport: A critical review of the field
AM Cooke, E Bellomo, G Gallicchio, C Ring
Handbook of sport neuroscience and psychophysiology, 282-303, 2018
62018
Effects of competition on performance, and the underlying psychophysiological mechanisms
AM Cooke
University of Birmingham, 2010
62010
Anxiety and ironic errors of performance: Task instruction matters
R Gorgulu, A Cooke, T Woodman
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 41 (2), 82-95, 2019
52019
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