The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Physical therapy, Motor skill, Psychomotor learning and Athletes. His Academic achievement study in the realm of Developmental psychology interacts with subjects such as Working memory, Executive functions and Metacognition. When carried out as part of a general Physical therapy research project, his work on Shuttle run test is frequently linked to work in Overweight, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His work in the fields of Motor skill, such as Gross motor skill, intersects with other areas such as Typically developing. His Athletes research incorporates themes from Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Balance. The various areas that he examines in his Social psychology study include Multivariate analysis, Physical performance and Multi-stage fitness test.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Physical therapy, Developmental psychology, Motor skill, Applied psychology and Athletes. The concepts of his Physical therapy study are interwoven with issues in Test and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His Academic achievement and Learning disability study in the realm of Developmental psychology interacts with subjects such as Working memory and Typically developing.
His work on Gross motor skill and Movement assessment as part of general Motor skill research is frequently linked to Psychomotor learning and Object control, bridging the gap between disciplines. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Football and Multivariate analysis. The study of Athletes is intertwined with the study of Longitudinal study in a number of ways.
Randomized controlled trial, Talent development, Working memory, Demography and Gross motor skill are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Randomized controlled trial brings together such families of science as Physical education and Clinical psychology. He has included themes like Executive functions and Neurocognitive in his Working memory study.
His Gross motor skill study also includes
His primary areas of investigation include Randomized controlled trial, Motor skill, Developmental psychology, Disease cluster and Demography. Randomized controlled trial is closely attributed to Clinical psychology in his research. His Motor skill research integrates issues from Cardiorespiratory fitness, Physical therapy and Early childhood.
Chris Visscher interconnects Multivariate analysis of variance, Physical literacy and Set in the investigation of issues within Developmental psychology. A majority of his Disease cluster research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Academic skills, Child development, Physical education, Reading and Aerobic exercise. His work often combines Demography and Elite studies.
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The relationship between motor skills and cognitive skills in 4-16 year old typically developing children: A systematic review.
Irene M.J. van der Fels;Sanne C.M. te Wierike;Esther Hartman;Marije T. Elferink-Gemser;Marije T. Elferink-Gemser.
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2015)
Effects of physical activity on executive functions, attention and academic performance in preadolescent children: a meta-analysis
Johannes W. de Greeff;Roel J. Bosker;Jaap Oosterlaan;Chris Visscher.
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2017)
Oscillations of centroid position and surface area of soccer teams in small-sided games
Wouter Frencken;Koen Lemmink;Nico Delleman;Chris Visscher.
European Journal of Sport Science (2011)
Monitoring stress and recovery: new insights for the prevention of injuries and illnesses in elite youth soccer players
Michel S. Brink;Chris Visscher;Suzanne Arends;Johannes Zwerver.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2010)
Self-regulation and performance level of elite and non-elite youth soccer players.
Tynke T. Toering;Marije T. Elferink-Gemser;Geir Jordet;Chris Visscher.
Journal of Sports Sciences (2009)
The relationship between gross motor skills and academic achievement in children with learning disabilities.
Marieke Westendorp;Esther Hartman;Suzanne Houwen;Joanne Smith.
Research in Developmental Disabilities (2011)
Relation between multidimensional performance characteristics and level of performance in talented youth field hockey players
Marije T Elferink-Gemser;Chris Visscher;Koen A P M Lemmink;Theo W Mulder.
Journal of Sports Sciences (2004)
On the Relationship between Motor Performance and Executive Functioning in Children with Intellectual Disabilities.
Esther Hartman;Suzanne Houwen;Erik Scherder;Chris Visscher.
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research (2010)
Monitoring load, recovery, and performance in young elite soccer players.
Michel S Brink;Esther Nederhof;Chris Visscher;Sandor L Schmikli.
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2010)
Motor performance of children with mild intellectual disability and borderline intellectual functioning
P. J. Vuijk;Esther Hartman;E. Scherder;Chris Visscher.
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research (2010)
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