Spencer Hayes
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Goal-directed aiming: two components but multiple processes.
D Elliott, S Hansen, LEM Grierson, J Lyons, SJ Bennett, SJ Hayes
Psychological bulletin 136 (6), 1023, 2010
3342010
What is modelled during observational learning?
NJ Hodges, AM Williams, SJ Hayes, G Breslin
Journal of sports sciences 25 (5), 531-545, 2007
1662007
Changes in coordination, control and outcome as a result of extended practice on a novel motor skill
NJ Hodges, S Hayes, RR Horn, AM Williams
Ergonomics 48 (11-14), 1672-1685, 2005
862005
Goal-directed imitation: The means to an end
SJ Hayes, D Ashford, SJ Bennett
Acta Psychologica 127 (2), 407-415, 2008
592008
General motor representations are developed during action-observation
SJ Hayes, D Elliott, SJ Bennett
Experimental Brain Research 204 (2), 199-206, 2010
572010
The efficacy of demonstrations in teaching children an unfamiliar movement skill: The effects of object-orientated actions and point-light demonstrations
SJ Hayes, NJ Hodges, MA Scott, RR Horn, AM Williams
Journal of sports sciences 25 (5), 559-575, 2007
572007
End-point focus manipulations to determine what information is used during observational learning
SJ Hayes, NJ Hodges, R Huys, AM Williams
Acta Psychologica 126 (2), 120-137, 2007
542007
Demonstration as a rate enhancer to changes in coordination during early skill acquisition
RR Horn, AM Williams, SJ Hayes, NJ Hodges, MA Scott
Journal of Sports Sciences 25 (5), 599-614, 2007
532007
Action representations in perception, motor control and learning: implications for medical education
D Elliott, LEM Grierson, SJ Hayes, J Lyons
Medical education 45 (2), 119-131, 2011
522011
An evaluation of the minimal constraining information during observation for movement reproduction
NJ Hodges, SJ Hayes, G Breslin, AM Williams
Acta Psychologica 119 (3), 264-282, 2005
522005
The multiple process model of goal-directed reaching revisited
D Elliott, J Lyons, SJ Hayes, JJ Burkitt, JW Roberts, LEM Grierson, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 72, 95-110, 2017
452017
Scaling a motor skill through observation and practice
SJ Hayes, NJ Hodges, MA Scott, RR Horn, AM Williams
Journal of motor behavior 38 (5), 357-366, 2006
402006
Motor learning through observation
D Maslovat, SJ Hayes, R Horn, NJ Hodges
Vision and goal-directed movement: Neurobehavioral perspectives, 315-340, 2010
352010
The dynamical structure of handball penalty shots as a function of target location
M Bourne, SJ Bennett, SJ Hayes, AM Williams
Human movement science 30 (1), 40-55, 2011
262011
The influence of visual feedback and prior knowledge about feedback on vertical aiming strategies
D Elliott, C Dutoy, M Andrew, JJ Burkitt, LEM Grierson, JL Lyons, ...
Journal of Motor Behavior 46 (6), 433-443, 2014
252014
Dissociable contributions of motor-execution and action-observation to intermanual transfer
SJ Hayes, M Andrew, D Elliott, JW Roberts, SJ Bennett
Neuroscience Letters 506 (2), 346-350, 2012
212012
Between-person effects on attention and action: Joe and Fred revisited
SJ Hayes, S Hansen, D Elliott
Psychological Research PRPF 74 (3), 302-312, 2010
212010
Eye movements are not a prerequisite for learning movement sequence timing through observation
SJ Hayes, MA Timmis, SJ Bennett
Acta Psychologica 131 (3), 202-208, 2009
202009
Top-down attentional processes modulate the coding of atypical biological motion kinematics in the absence of motor signals.
SJ Hayes, JW Roberts, D Elliott, SJ Bennett
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 40 (4 …, 2014
192014
End-point trajectory matching as a method for teaching kicking skills.
NJ Hodges, SJ Hayes, DL Eaves, RR Horn, AM Williams
International Journal of Sport Psychology 37 (2/3), 230-247, 2006
192006
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