Philip Furley
Philip Furley
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“I spy with my little eye!”: Breadth of attention, inattentional blindness, and tactical decision making in team sports
D Memmert, P Furley
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 29 (3), 365-381, 2007
1272007
Reproducible research in sport and exercise psychology: The role of sample sizes
G Schweizer, P Furley
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 23, 114-122, 2016
1112016
The role of working memory in sport
PA Furley, D Memmert
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 3 (2), 171-194, 2010
942010
The dark side of visual awareness in sport: Inattentional blindness in a real-world basketball task
P Furley, D Memmert, C Heller
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 72 (5), 1327-1337, 2010
942010
Creativity and working memory capacity in sports: working memory capacity is not a limiting factor in creative decision making amongst skilled performers
P Furley, D Memmert
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 115, 2015
902015
Working memory capacity as controlled attention in tactical decision making
P Furley, D Memmert
Journal of Sport & Excercise Psychology 34 (3), 322-344, 2012
892012
Working memory capacity as controlled attention in tactical decision making.
P Furley, D Memmert
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 34 (3), 322-344, 2012
892012
Is ego depletion associated with increased distractibility? Results from a basketball free throw task
C Englert, A Bertrams, P Furley, RRD Oudejans
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 18, 26-31, 2015
782015
Nonverbal behavior in soccer: The influence of dominant and submissive body language on the impression formation and expectancy of success of soccer players
P Furley, M Dicks, D Memmert
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 34 (1), 61-82, 2012
782012
Ego depletion, attentional control, and decision making in sport
P Furley, A Bertrams, C Englert, A Delphia
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 14 (6), 900-904, 2013
752013
Working memory, attentional control, and expertise in sports: A review of current literature and directions for future research
P Furley, G Wood
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 5 (4), 415-425, 2016
742016
Differences in spatial working memory as a function of team sport expertise: The Corsi Block-tapping task in sport psychological assessment
P Furley, D Memmert
Perceptual and motor skills 110 (3), 801-808, 2010
662010
Top 10 research questions related to teaching games for understanding
D Memmert, L Almond, D Bunker, J Butler, F Fasold, L Griffin, W Hillmann, ...
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 86 (4), 347-359, 2015
642015
Coaches’ implicit associations between size and giftedness: implications for the relative age effect
P Furley, D Memmert
Journal of sports sciences 34 (5), 459-466, 2016
632016
The relationship between working memory, reinvestment, and heart rate variability
S Laborde, P Furley, C Schempp
Physiology & behavior 139, 430-436, 2015
622015
The two modes of an athlete: dual-process theories in the field of sport
P Furley, G Schweizer, A Bertrams
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 8 (1), 106-124, 2015
532015
Inattentional blindness and individual differences in cognitive abilities
C Kreitz, P Furley, D Memmert, DJ Simons
PLOS one 10 (8), e0134675, 2015
522015
Ego depletion in color priming research: Self-control strength moderates the detrimental effect of red on cognitive test performance
A Bertrams, RF Baumeister, C Englert, P Furley
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (3), 311-322, 2015
512015
“Get it out the way. The wait's killing me.” hastening and hiding during soccer penalty kicks
P Furley, M Dicks, F Stendtke, D Memmert
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 13 (4), 454-465, 2012
422012
Studying cognitive adaptations In the field of sport: Broad or narrow transfer? A comment on Allen, Fioratou, and McGeorge (2011)
P Furley, D Memmert
Perceptual and motor skills 113 (2), 481-488, 2011
422011
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