Prof Paul Holmes
Prof Paul Holmes
Associate Dean: Research, Manchester Metropolitan University
Verified email at mmu.ac.uk
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The PETTLEP approach to motor imagery: A functional equivalence model for sport psychologists
PS Holmes, DJ Collins
Journal of applied sport psychology 13 (1), 60-83, 2001
6942001
A neuroscientific review of imagery and observation use in sport
P Holmes, C Calmels
Journal of motor behavior 40 (5), 433-445, 2008
2382008
The effect of imagery modality on golf putting performance
D Smith, P Holmes
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 26 (3), 385-395, 2004
1662004
Pre-shot EEG alpha-power reactivity during expert air-pistol shooting: a comparison of best and worst shots
GM Loze, D Collins, PS Holmes
Journal of sports sciences 19 (9), 727-733, 2001
1662001
Standardized EEG interpretation accurately predicts prognosis after cardiac arrest
E Westhall, AO Rossetti, AF van Rootselaar, TW Kjaer, J Horn, S UllÚn, ...
Neurology 86 (16), 1482-1490, 2016
1592016
The role of effort in influencing the effect of anxiety on performance: Testing the conflicting predictions of processing efficiency theory and the conscious processing hypothesis
M Wilson, NC Smith, PS Holmes
British Journal of Psychology 98 (3), 411-428, 2007
1532007
Quiet eye duration and gun motion in elite shotgun shooting
J Causer, SJ Bennett, PS Holmes, CM Janelle, AM Williams
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 42 (8), 1599-1608, 2010
1492010
Anxiety, movement kinematics, and visual attention in elite-level performers.
J Causer, PS Holmes, NC Smith, AM Williams
Emotion 11 (3), 595, 2011
1482011
The relationship between corticospinal excitability during motor imagery and motor imagery ability
J Williams, AJ Pearce, M Loporto, T Morris, PS Holmes
Behavioural brain research 226 (2), 369-375, 2012
1212012
Motor imagery during action observation: a brief review of evidence, theory and future research opportunities
DL Eaves, M Riach, PS Holmes, DJ Wright
Frontiers in Neuroscience 10, 514, 2016
1052016
Quiet eye training in a visuomotor control task
J Causer, PS Holmes, AM Williams
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 43 (6), 1042-1049, 2011
1022011
The effect of theoretically-based imagery scripts on field hockey performance
D Smith, PS Holmes, L Whitemore, T Devonport
Journal of sport behavior 24 (4), 408-419, 2001
992001
Chronometric comparison of actual and imaged complex movement patterns
C Calmels, P Holmes, E Lopez, V Naman
Journal of motor behavior 38 (5), 339-348, 2006
922006
Functional equivalence or behavioural matching? A critical reflection on 15 years of research using the PETTLEP model of motor imagery
C Wakefield, D Smith, AP Moran, P Holmes
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 6 (1), 105-121, 2013
892013
Combined action observation and imagery facilitates corticospinal excitability
DJ Wright, J Williams, PS Holmes
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 951, 2014
762014
Impact and mechanism of mental practice effects on strength
D Smith, D Collins, P Holmes
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 1 (3), 293-306, 2003
642003
Variability of EEG synchronization prior to and during observation and execution of a sequential finger movement
C Calmels, P Holmes, G Jarry, M Hars, E Lopez, A Paillard, CJ Stam
Human brain mapping 27 (3), 251-266, 2006
552006
Investigating central mechanisms underlying the effects of action observation and imagery through transcranial magnetic stimulation
M Loporto, C McAllister, J Williams, R Hardwick, P Holmes
Journal of motor behavior 43 (5), 361-373, 2011
522011
Theory and practice in sport psychology and motor behaviour needs to be constrained by integrative modelling of brain and behaviour
D Keil, P Holmes, S Bennett, K Davids, N Smith
Journal of Sports Sciences 18 (6), 433-443, 2000
502000
The relationships between measures of stature recovery, muscle activity and psychological factors in patients with chronic low back pain
S Lewis, P Holmes, S Woby, J Hindle, N Fowler
Manual therapy 17 (1), 27-33, 2012
492012
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