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A distal external focus enhances novice dart throwing performance
B McKay, G Wulf
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 10 (2), 149-156, 2012
1292012
The self: Your own worst enemy? A test of the self-invoking trigger hypothesis
B McKay, G Wulf, R Lewthwaite, A Nordin
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (9), 1910-1919, 2015
792015
Enhanced expectancies improve performance under pressure
B McKay, R Lewthwaite, G Wulf
Frontiers in psychology 3, 8, 2012
672012
Meta-analytic findings of the self-controlled motor learning literature: Underpowered, biased, and lacking evidential value
B McKay, Z Yantha, J Hussien, M Carter, D Ste-Marie
Meta-Psychology 6, 2022
252022
Autonomy support via instructionally irrelevant choice not beneficial for motor performance or learning
B McKay, DM Ste-Marie
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 93 (1), 64-76, 2022
212022
Autonomy support and reduced feedback frequency have trivial effects on learning and performance of a golf putting task
B McKay, DM Ste-Marie
Human Movement Science 71, 102612, 2020
212020
Meta-analysis of the reduced relative feedback frequency effect on motor learning and performance
B McKay, J Hussien, MA Vinh, A Mir-Orefice, H Brooks, DM Ste-Marie
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 61, 102165, 2022
182022
The combination of reporting bias and underpowered study designs has substantially exaggerated the motor learning benefits of self-controlled practice and enhanced expectancies …
B McKay, MFB Bacelar, JO Parma, MW Miller, MJ Carter
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 1-21, 2023
162023
Self-controlled learning meta-analysis
B McKay
OSF, 2019
112019
The recommendation for learners to be provided with control over their feedback schedule is questioned in a self-controlled learning paradigm
ZD Yantha, B McKay, DM Ste-Marie
Journal of Sports Sciences 40 (7), 769-782, 2022
102022
Exercising choice over feedback schedules during practice is not advantageous for motor learning
L St. Germain, B McKay, A Poskus, A Williams, O Leshchyshen, ...
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 30 (2), 621-633, 2023
92023
On the reproducibility of power analyses in motor behavior research
B McKay, MFB Bacelar, MJ Carter
Journal of Motor Learning and Development 11 (1), 29-44, 2023
92023
Low prevalence of a priori power analyses in motor behavior research
B McKay, A Corson, MA Vinh, G Jeyarajan, C Tandon, H Brooks, J Hubley, ...
https://doi.org/10.51224/SRXIV.175, 2022
72022
Expecting to teach a novel golf putting task did not enhance retention performance: A replication attempt of Daou and colleagues
B McKay, J Hussien, M Carter, Z Yantha, D Ste-Marie
Communications in Kinesiology 1 (2), 2021
32021
Reporting bias, not external focus: A robust Bayesian meta-analysis of the attentional focus literature
B McKay, AE Corson, J Seedu, CS De Faveri, H Hasan, K Arnold
SportR, 2023
22023
The effects of choice on motor skill learning: A meta-analysis of self-controlled research findings
ZD Yantha, B McKay, MJ Carter, DM Ste-Marie
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 41 (1), 1-94, 2019
22019
A critical re-analysis of six implicit learning papers
B McKay, M Carter
Meta-Psychology 7, 2023
12023
Reporting bias, not external focus
B McKay, AE Corson, J Seedu, CS De Faveri, H Hasan, K Arnold, ...
SportRxiv, 2023
12023
The Benefits of an External Focus of Attention are Negligible After Correcting for Publication Bias: A Re-Analysis and Extension of Chua et al.(2021)
B Mckay, AE Corson, J Seedu, CS De Faveri, H Hasan, K Arnold, ...
JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY 44, S44-S45, 2022
12022
Data irregularities across six implicit learning articles: Comments on Lola, Giatis, Pérez-Turpin, and Tzetzis (2021), Lola and Tzetzis (2021), Lola and Tzetzis (2020), Tzetzis …
B McKay, MJ Carter
PsyArXiv, 14 Sept. 2021. Web, 2022
12022
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