Producing deceptive actions in sports: The costs of generating head fakes in basketball
I. Güldenpenning, M. Weigelt, N.T. Böer, W. Kunde, Human Movement Science 87 (2023).
Frontal theta reveals further information about neural valence‐dependent processing of augmented feedback in extensive motor practice - A secondary analysis
L. Margraf, D. Krause, M. Weigelt, European Journal of Neuroscience 57 (2023) 1297–1316.
The science of deceptive human movement
I. Güldenpenning, R.C. Jackson, R. Cañal-Bruland, Human Movement Science 92 (2023).
Learning and Memory in Sports
M. Weigelt, D. Krause, I. Güldenpenning, in: J. Schüler, M. Wegner, H. Plessner, R.C. Eklund (Eds.), Sport and Exercise Psychology, Springer, Champaign, 2023, pp. 41–70.
Practice reduces the costs of producing head fakes in basketball
N.T. Böer, M. Weigelt, C. Schütz, I. Güldenpenning, Psychological Research (2023).
No effects of different perturbations on the performance in a mental body-rotation task (MBRT) with egocentric perspective transformations and object-based transformations
K. Budde, M. Weigelt, Human Movement Science 92 (2023).
Mental rotation with colored cube figures
M. Rahe, M. Weigelt, P. Jansen, Consciousness and Cognition 102 (2022).
Stimulating performance: A scoping review on transcranial electrical stimulation effects on olympic sports
M.A. Friehs, E. Whelan, I. Güldenpenning, D. Krause, M. Weigelt, Psychology of Sport and Exercise 59 (2022).
Valence-dependent neural correlates of augmented feedback processing in extensive motor sequence learning – Part II: Predictive value of event-related potentials for behavioral adaptation and learning
L. Margraf, D. Krause, M. Weigelt, Neuroscience 486 (2022) 20–36.
Valence-dependent Neural Correlates of Augmented Feedback Processing in Extensive Motor Sequence Learning – Part I: Practice-related Changes of Feedback ProcessingShow all publications
L. Margraf, D. Krause, M. Weigelt, Neuroscience 486 (2022) 4–19.