News

  • Published 5 July 2012

    Pedro Esteves' PhD thesis was defended and approved unanimously with the classification of very good with distinction.

  • Published 1 July2012

    The PhD student Pedro Esteves will defend his thesis "Affordance-based decisions and interpersonal coordination in basketball." on the 5th July 2012 at 10.00 am in the Faculty of Human Kinetics. (click here to read the abstract)


    On July 6 will take place in the Faculty of Human Kinetics Advanced Studies Courses of the Doctoral Seminar in the area of Sports Training by Professor Matt Dicks (Faculty of Human Movement Sciences - VU University Amsterdam). The course entitled “Gaze control during skilled action” will be carried out  at 9h30 am in SpertLab Laboratory. (click here to read the abstract)

  • Published 29 June 2012

    On the 25th June 2012, the director of SpertLab, Professor Duarte Araújo was interviewed by Daniela Gonçalves (Saber Viver TV) about "Boas práticas em Psicologia do Desporto: que lições para a gestão dos desafios da vida?"

    www.sabervivertv.wordpress.com

  • Published 26 June 2012

    On June 28 the SPERTLAB Research & Journal Club will take place. The theme will be “Affordance-based decisions and interpersonal coordination in basketball.” by Pedro Esteves (FMH - UTL). (click here to read the abstract)

  • Published 25 June 2012

    Today at 2 p.m., the director of SpertLab, Professor Duarte Araújo was interviewed by Daniela Gonçalves (Saber Viver TV) about "Boas práticas em Psicologia do Desporto: que lições para a gestão dos desafios da vida?"

  • Published 20 June 2012

    Today at 6 p.m., the director of SpertLab, Professor Duarte Araújo in interview on Antena 1 radio. He is addressing how complex systems can help sport analysis in understanding football team performance.

    http://www.rtp.pt/play/direto/antena1

  • Published 18 June 2012

    On June 21 the SPERTLAB Research & Journal Club will take place. The theme will be “The influence of matchlocation and level of opposition in the space-time interactions of Association Football players and teams.” by Vítor Gazimba (FMH - UTL). (click here to read the abstract)