Jörg Schorer
Jörg Schorer
Professor für Sport und Bewegung, Universität Oldenburg
Verified email at uni-oldenburg.de
TitleCited byYear
Influences of competition level, gender, player nationality, career stage and playing position on relative age effects
J Schorer, S Cobley, D Büsch, H Bräutigam, J Baker
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 19 (5), 720-730, 2009
2012009
Relative age effects in professional German soccer: A historical analysis
SP Cobley, J Schorer, J Baker
Journal of sports sciences 26 (14), 1531-1538, 2008
1302008
The relative age effect in European professional soccer: Did ten years of research make any difference?
WF Helsen, J Baker, S Michiels, J Schorer, J Van Winckel, AM Williams
Journal of sports sciences 30 (15), 1665-1671, 2012
1242012
Identification of interindividual and intraindividual movement patterns in handball players of varying expertise levels
J Schorer, J Baker, F Fath, T Jaitner
Journal of Motor Behavior 39 (5), 409-421, 2007
1192007
Perceptual training methods compared: the relative efficacy of different approaches to enhancing sport-specific anticipation.
B Abernethy, J Schorer, RC Jackson, N Hagemann
Journal of experimental psychology: Applied 18 (2), 143, 2012
1132012
The relative age effect in sport: A developmental systems model
N Wattie, J Schorer, J Baker
Sports Medicine 45 (1), 83-94, 2015
1002015
Variations in relative age effects in individual sports: Skiing, figure skating and gymnastics
J Baker, C Janning, H Wong, S Cobley, J Schorer
European Journal of Sport Science 14 (sup1), S183-S190, 2014
882014
On the advantage of being left-handed in volleyball: further evidence of the specificity of skilled visual perception
F Loffing, J Schorer, N Hagemann, J Baker
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (2), 446-453, 2012
882012
Relative age effects
J Baker, J Schorer, S Cobley
Sportwissenschaft 40 (1), 26-30, 2010
842010
Circumstantial development and athletic excellence: The role of date of birth and birthplace
JOE Baker, J Schorer, S Cobley, G Schimmer, N Wattie
European Journal of Sport Science 9 (6), 329-339, 2009
832009
Relative age, talent identification and youth skill development: Do relatively younger athletes have superior technical skills
J Schorer, J Baker, D Büsch, A Wilhelm, J Pabst
Talent Development and Excellence 1 (1), 45-56, 2009
802009
Talent identification and development in sport: international perspectives
J Baker, S Cobley, J Schorer
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 7 (1), 177-180, 2012
742012
Visual perception in fencing: Do the eye movements of fencers represent their information pickup?
N Hagemann, J Schorer, R Cañal-Bruland, S Lotz, B Strauss
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 72 (8), 2204-2214, 2010
732010
A new dimension to relative age effects: constant year effects in German youth handball
J Schorer, N Wattie, JR Baker
PloS one 8 (4), e60336, 2013
682013
Identification and development of sport talent: A brief introduction to a growing field of research and practice
S Cobley, J Schorer, J Baker
Talent Identification and Development in Sport, 21-30, 2013
682013
Influence of early environmental constraints on achievement motivation in talented young handball players
J Schorer, J Baker, S Lotz, D Büsch
International journal of sport psychology 41 (1), 42-57, 2010
592010
Talent identification in sport: a systematic review
K Johnston, N Wattie, J Schorer, J Baker
Sports Medicine 48 (1), 97-109, 2018
572018
Relative Age Effects are a developmental problem in tennis: but not necessarily when you’re left‐handed!
F Loffing, J Schorer, SP Cobley
High Ability Studies 21 (1), 19-25, 2010
502010
Human handedness in interactive situations: Negative perceptual frequency effects can be reversed!
J Schorer, F Loffing, N Hagemann, J Baker
Journal of sports sciences 30 (5), 507-513, 2012
472012
GENDER, DEPTH OF COMPETITION AND RELATIVE AGE EFFECTS IN TEAM SPORTS.
J Baker, J Schorer, S Cobley, H Bräutigam, D Büsch
Asian Journal of Exercise & Sports Science 6 (1), 2009
472009
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