The publications listed here have used the PLATO spectacles for investigating topics related to (among other things) sports psychology and/or sports training.

Author(s) ▾ Title Location Year Categories
Dicks, Matt; Button, Chris; Davids, Keith Availability of advance visual information constrains association-football goalkeeping performance during penalty kicks Perception, 2010, volume 39, p.p. 1111-1124 2010 Sports psychology / training
Dissanayake, Paul; Dunn, Tracy; Edwards, Pascale; Starkes, Janet L. A new technology and field test of advance cue usage in volleyball Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 66.2 (June 1995): p162 1995 Sports psychology / training
Elliott, Digby; Zuberec, Sarah; Milgram, Paul The effects of periodic visual occlusion on ball catching J. Motor Behavior, 26 (2), 113-122, 1994 1994 Motor control, Sports psychology / training, Visual Occlusion (General)
Farrow, Damian & Abernethy, Bruce Can anticipatory skills be learned through implicit video-based perceptual training? Journal of Sports Sciences, 2002, 20, 471-485 2002 Sports psychology / training
Rosalie, Simon M. & Müller, Sean Timing of in situ visual information pick-up that differentiates expert and near-expert anticipation in a complex motor skill Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66(10), 2013, 1951-1962. 2013 Motor control, Sports psychology / training
Rosalie, Simon M. & Müller, Sean Expertise facilitates the transfer of anticipation skill across domains The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67:2, 319-334, 2014 2014 Motor control, Sports psychology / training