2015

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Peer-reviewed papers in international journals  (ISI)

Araújo, D., & Davids, K. (2015). Towards a theoretically ‐ driven model of correspondence between behaviours in one context to another: Implications for studying sport performance. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 46, 268-280. (pdf)

Araújo, D. (2015). Doing exercise in the psychological room. PsycCRITIQUES, 60 (47), Article 9. (pdf)

Araújo, D., Passos, P., Esteves, P., Duarte, R., Lopes, J., Hristovski, R., & Davids, K. (2015). The micro-macro link in understanding sport tactical behaviours: Integrating information and action at different levels of system analysis in sport. Mov Sport Sci/Sci Mot, 89, 53-63. (pdf)

Araújo, D., Silva, P., & Davids, K. (2015). Capturing group tactical behaviors in expert team players. In J. Baker & D. Farrow (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Sport Expertise (209-220). New York, NY: Routledge. (pdf)

Cordovil, R., Araújo, D., Pepping, G.J., & Barreiros, J. (2015). An ecological stance on risk and safe behaviors in children: The role of affordances and emergent behaviors. New Ideas in Psychology, 36, 50-59. (pdf)

Davids, K., Araújo, D., Seifert, L., & Orth, D. (2015). Expert Performance in Sport. An ecological dynamics perspective. In J. Baker & D. Farrow (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Sport Expertise (130-144). New York, NY: Routledge. (pdf)

Esteves, P.T., Araújo, D., Vilar, L., Travassos, B., Davids, K., & Esteves, C. (2015). Angular relationships regulate coordination tendencies of performers in attacker–defender dyads in team sports. Human Movement Science, 40, 264-272. (pdf)

Headrick, J., Renshaw, I., Davids, K., Pinder, R.A., & Araújo, D. (2015). The dynamics of expertise acquisition in sport: The role of affective learning design. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 16, 83-90. (pdf)

Leventer, L., Dicks, M., Duarte, R. Davids, K., & Araújo, D. (2015). Emergence of Contact Injuries in Invasion Team Sports: An Ecological Dynamics Rationale. Sports Medicine, 45, 153–159. DOI 10.1007/s40279-014-0263-x (pdf)

Renshaw, I., Araújo, D., Button, C., Chow, J.Y., Davids, K., & Moy, B. (2015). Why the Constraints-Led Approach is not Teaching Gamesfor Understanding: a clarification. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, DOI: 10.1080/17408989.2015.1095870 (pdf)

Zourbanos, N., Tzioumakis, Y., Araújo, D., Kalaroglou, S., Hatzigeorgiadis, A., Papaioannou, A., & Theodorakis, Y. (2015). The intricacies of verbalizations, gestures, and game outcome using sequential analysis, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 18, 32-41. (pdf)