The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognitive psychology, Applied psychology, Anticipation, Dreyfus model of skill acquisition and Social psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Implicit learning, Professional competence, Perceptual learning and Anticipation. His Implicit learning research integrates issues from Expectancy theory, Control and Multimedia.
The various areas that he examines in his Applied psychology study include Coaching, Inclusion, Physical therapy and Motor skill. The Anticipation study combines topics in areas such as Task, Communication and Action. His work focuses on many connections between Social psychology and other disciplines, such as Physical medicine and rehabilitation, that overlap with his field of interest in Exertion and Transfer of training.
Cognitive psychology, Applied psychology, Dreyfus model of skill acquisition, Multimedia and Athletes are his primary areas of study. His Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Social psychology, Motor skill, Implicit learning, Task and Anticipation. He has researched Social psychology in several fields, including Recall and Gaze.
Damian Farrow combines subjects such as Test and Working memory with his study of Motor skill. His study in the fields of Sport psychology under the domain of Applied psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Cricket. His Athletes research is included under the broader classification of Physical therapy.
Damian Farrow mostly deals with Applied psychology, Cognitive psychology, Dreyfus model of skill acquisition, Motor skill and Task. His work carried out in the field of Applied psychology brings together such families of science as Coaching, Perceptual motor, Athletes and Skill development. His Coaching study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Team sport and Knowledge management.
His Cognitive psychology research includes elements of Displacement, Multimedia, Social psychology and Perceptual learning. His Social psychology research includes themes of Contextual inquiry and Implicit learning. His Motor skill research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Test and Working memory.
Damian Farrow spends much of his time researching Applied psychology, Multimedia, Cognitive psychology, Dreyfus model of skill acquisition and Motor skill. His Applied psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Perceptual motor, Session and Gaze. The Multimedia study which covers Task that intersects with Action and Engineering ethics.
His Cognitive psychology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Perceptual learning. His study brings together the fields of Test and Motor skill. His Test research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Audiology, Working memory, Short-term memory, Developmental psychology and Attentional control.
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How do world-class cricket batsmen anticipate a bowler's intention?
Sean Müller;Bruce Abernethy;Damian Farrow.
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006)
Do expertise and the degree of perception-action coupling affect natural anticipatory performance?
Damian Farrow;Bruce Abernethy.
A review of agility: Practical applications for strength and conditioning
Warren B. Young;Damian Farrow.
Strength and Conditioning Journal (2006)
Can anticipatory skills be learned through implicit video-based perceptual training?
Damian Farrow;Bruce Abernethy.
Journal of Sports Sciences (2002)
The effects of fatigue on decision making and shooting skill performance in water polo players.
Kylie A. Royal;Damian Farrow;Iñigo Mujika;Shona L. Halson.
Journal of Sports Sciences (2006)
The development of a test of reactive agility for netball: a new methodology
D Farrow;W Young;Lyndell Bruce.
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2005)
The effect of video-based perceptual training on the tennis return of serve.
Damian Farrow;Paula Chivers;Carl Hardingham;Shane Sachse.
International Journal of Sport Psychology (1998)
Probing expert anticipation with the temporal occlusion paradigm: experimental investigations of some methodological issues.
Damian Farrow;Bruce Abernethy;Robin C. Jackson.
Motor Control (2005)
Action specificity increases anticipatory performance and the expert advantage in natural interceptive tasks.
David L. Mann;Bruce Abernethy;Bruce Abernethy;Damian Farrow.
Acta Psychologica (2010)
The development of anticipation: a cross-sectional examination of the practice experiences contributing to skill in cricket batting.
Juanita Weissensteiner;Bruce Abernethy;Damian Farrow;Sean Müller.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2008)
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