Daniel Memmert mainly investigates Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Creativity, Applied psychology and Inattentional blindness. His study looks at the intersection of Social psychology and topics like Task with Control. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Training programme, Sport psychology, Cognition, Association and Athletes.
The Divergent thinking research Daniel Memmert does as part of his general Creativity study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Field, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His research integrates issues of Test, Logistic regression, Motor skill and Treatment and control groups in his study of Applied psychology. Inattentional blindness is a subfield of Perception that he studies.
Daniel Memmert mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Social psychology, Creativity, Perception and Cognition. His study in Cognitive psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Inattentional blindness, Working memory, Task, Visual perception and Athletes. The Inattentional blindness study combines topics in areas such as Phenomenon, Object and Developmental psychology.
His work carried out in the field of Task brings together such families of science as Control and Visual attention. Daniel Memmert has included themes like Football and Nonverbal communication in his Social psychology study. Test and Association is closely connected to Applied psychology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Creativity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognitive psychology, Football, Applied psychology, Inattentional blindness and Perception. His work deals with themes such as Executive functions, Cognition and Creativity, which intersect with Cognitive psychology. His Football study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Actuarial science, Social psychology and Lottery.
His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Experimental psychology and Regulatory focus theory. His Applied psychology research includes elements of Quality and Association. His studies deal with areas such as Salient, Conscious awareness and Unconscious mind as well as Inattentional blindness.
His primary areas of investigation include Cognitive psychology, Football, Inattentional blindness, Throwing and Applied psychology. His Cognitive psychology research includes themes of Psychological research, Perception, Fluency and CLIPS. The study incorporates disciplines such as Creativity and Unconscious mind in addition to Perception.
His Football research incorporates elements of Quality and Situational ethics. His studies in Inattentional blindness integrate themes in fields like Notice and Salient. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Judgement and Football players.
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Big data and tactical analysis in elite soccer: future challenges and opportunities for sports science
Robert Rein;Daniel Memmert.
Play and practice in the development of sport‐specific creativity in team ball sports
Daniel Memmert;Joseph Baker;Claudia Bertsch.
High Ability Studies (2010)
The effects of non-specific and specific concepts on tactical creativity in team ball sports
Daniel Memmert;Klaus Roth.
Journal of Sports Sciences (2007)
The relationship between visual attention and expertise in sports.
Daniel Memmert;Daniel J. Simons;Thorsten Grimme.
Psychology of Sport and Exercise (2009)
The effects of eye movements, age, and expertise on inattentional blindness.
Consciousness and Cognition (2006)
The Game Performance Assessment Instrument (GPAI): Some Concerns and Solutions for Further Development
Daniel Memmert;Stephen Harvey.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (2008)
Current Approaches to Tactical Performance Analyses in Soccer Using Position Data
Daniel Memmert;Koen A P M Lemmink;Jaime Sampaio.
Sports Medicine (2017)
Crowd noise as a cue in referee decisions contributes to the home advantage.
Christian Unkelbach;Daniel Memmert.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2010)
"I spy with my little eye!": breadth of attention, inattentional blindness, and tactical decision making in team sports.
Daniel Memmert;Philip Furley.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2007)
Can Creativity Be Improved by an Attention-Broadening Training Program? An Exploratory Study Focusing on Team Sports
Creativity Research Journal (2007)
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