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Dr Sam Vine

Dr Sam Vine

Associate Professor Psychology

 2892

 Richards Building RB18

 

Richard's Building, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

I am a Psychologist, with interests in skill learning, expertise and performance under pressure. I am particularly interested in how visual attention and other physiological processes mediate motor skill and decision making performance. I apply my research to a range of different domains (e.g., sport, surgery, military, and aviation) and populations (e.g., children, elite performers and patient groups). I am interested in eye tracking and virtual reality technology.

Broad research specialisms

  • Visual attentional processes that support motor control and decision making. I have a particular interest in the 'Quiet Eye'.
  • Mechanistic theories of the anxiety-performance relationship.The processes through which anxiety hinders (or helps) performance.
  • Transactional models of stress that explain individualistic reactions to performance pressure.
  • Training interventions designed to expedite learning (e.g. quiet eye/gaze training and implicit motor learning).
  • Performance under pressure, and interventions that help to protect motor control and decision making in stressful environments.
  • Simulated/synthetic training (e.g. the use of virtual reality simulations).
  • The measurement of psychophysiological markers (e.g. workload, invested effort, fatigue, gaze control) to examine the human-machine interface in the context of skill learning and performance.

Contact details and links to web pages

Qualifications

BSc Sport and Health Sciences, University of Exeter.

PhD Psychology, University of Exeter.

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Soociety (AFBPsP)

Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol)

Career

I completed my PhD in Performance Psychology at the University of Exeter in 2010, entitled: Anxiety, Attention and Performance Variability in Visuo-motor Skills. I worked as an Associate Teaching Fellow in Exeter for one year, before being appointed as a Lecturer in August 2011. I was promoted to senior lecturer in 2015, and Associate Professor in 2018. 

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Research

Research interests

My research is interested in the acquisition, refinement and resilient performance of motor and decision making skills. I examine the visual, attentional and physiological processes that underpin learning and expertise and I am particularly interested in the quiet eye phenomenon (and quiet eye training), theories of motor learning (e.g. Implicit Learning) and anxiety/stress (see our recent Intergrative frame-work of stress, attention and visuomotor performance). My research is applicable to a range of different domains (e.g., sport, surgery, military, and aviation) and populations (e.g., children, elite performers and patients) and I have an interest in applied Performance Psychology. I am a chartered psychologist and work as a consultant with a number of different athletes and organisations to assess and develop training interventions, predominately through the use of eye tracking technology. I am a co-founder of Cineon Training, an organisaiton that designs and delivers immersive training interventions. 

Research projects

[Feb 2019] Developing a virtual reality tool for personal protective equipment training, Phase 2. Innovate UK, Small Business Research Initiative grant. [Principal Investigator; £50k].

[Nov 2018] Robots and Dinos: Developing a mixed reality educational experience. Innovate UK Audience of the Future Demonstrator fund (total project ~£5m). [Co-investigator; £100k to University of Exeter].  

[April 2019] Development of a web-hosted, video-based sport skill training platform for children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD). [Co-Investigator; £2500].

[August 2018] The psychology of upper-limb prosthetic use. Experimental Psychology Society workshop. [Co-Investigator, £1.5k].

[July 2018] Developing a virtual reality tool for personal protective equipment training. Innovate UK, Small Business Research Initiative grant. [Principal Investigator; £33k].

[June 2018] Evaluating virtual reality training of cognitive skills for counter terror policing. The Royal Academy of engineering fellowship for Dr David Harris [Principal Investigator; £200k].

[Nov 2016] Feed forward eye movement training (FFEMT). The Ministry of Defence, Defence Human Capability Science and Technology Centre (DHCSTC; TIN 3.233). [£125k, Co-Investigator].

[Sept 2016] Examining the potential for a group-based intervention for interception skill learning for children with developmental coordination disorder. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Impact Acceleration Account (IAA). [£2.5k, Co-Investigator].

[July 2016]                  Observational Learning of Surgical Skills on the Da Vinci System. Intuitive Surgical (Ltd) Research Grants Scheme. [$49k, Co- Investigator].

[Sept 2016]                  Identification and evaluation of tools to enhance cognitive performance. The Ministry of Defence, Defence Human Capability Science and Technology Centre (DHCSTC; TIN 3.215). [£100k, Principal Investigator].

[October 2015]            Helping athletes meet the challenge: The importance of positive stress evaluations for performing under pressure. Commonwealth Scholarship Programme. [£6k, Principal Investigator).

[March 2015]               Examining the visuomotor challenges of using a prosthetic limb. The Royal Society research grants scheme. [£15k, Co-Investigator].

[September 2014]       VOTEADVICE: Industry and Doctoral Training in Vote Advice Applications. Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN) Call: FP7-PEOPLE-2013-ITN. [$543k (£457k), Co-Investigator].

[Sept 2014]                  Reappraising stress to induce a challenge state. PhD funded by the Commonwealth Scholarship Fund. [£69k; Principal Investigator].

[July 2016]                  The development of immersive human factors training for safety critical and high performance industries. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Impact Acceleration Account (IAA). [£3k, Principal Investigator].

[February 2015]          Developing Evidence Based Training for Surgeons. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Impact Acceleration Account (IAA). [£2.5k, Principal Investigator].

[February 2015]          Human Factors in Aviation. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Impact Acceleration Account (IAA). [£17k, Principal Investigator].

[February 2015]         How Quiet Eye Training reduces Perceptual-Motor control break down under pressure. Mizuno Sports Promotion Foundation, Japan. [£5k, Co-Investigator].

[January 2015]            Can parachuting skills be improved by the use of feed forward eye movement training? A literature review. The Ministry of Defence, Defence Human Capability Science and Technology Centre (DHCSTC; TIN 3.152). [£10k, Co-Investigator].

[January 2014]            Human Factors in robotically assisted surgery. HEFCE Open Innovation Platform, Business Link Fund [£1k].

[September 2012]       The da Vinci robot vs. conventional laparoscopy: Examining benefits for the surgeon. Intuitive Surgical (Ltd) Research Grants Scheme. [$349k (£225k), Principal Investigator].

[August 2012]              Investigating novel training for small arms operators; developing methods to assess and improve performance in a simulated maritime environment  The Ministry of Defence, Defence Human Capability Science and Technology Centre (DHCSTC; TIN 3.012). [£54k, Co-Investigator].

[June 2012]                 Resilience to interruption and stress in emergency checklist execution; can it be trained? HEFCE Open Innovation Platform, Business Partnership Fund (partner: Flybe Ltd, Exeter) [£10k, Principal Investigator].

[April 2012]                  Does quiet eye training improve visuomotor planning and control in children with DCD? The Waterloo Foundation [£38k + £10k follow up; Co-Investigator].

[January 2012]            Facilitating Movement Implicitly (FMI): Implicit motor learning in patients with cognitive impairments: Framework, strategies and tools. RAAK-International Project, Stichting Innovatie Alliantie (SIA), The Netherlands. [€300k (£200k); Co-Investigator).

[January 2012]            A ‘human factors’ approach to examining surgical simulators. HEFCE Open Innovation Platform, Business Link Fund [£1k].

[January 2012]            Gaze control training for golfers. ESRC Business Voucher via the University of Exeter’s Capacity Building Cluster in Sport, Leisure and Tourism (RES-187-24-0002) [£3k; Co-Investigator]. http://www.exeter.ac.uk/slt/ourresearch/gazecontrolanalysistotraingolfers/

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Sammy N, Anstiss PA, Moore LJ, Freeman P, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2017). The effects of arousal reappraisal on stress responses, performance and attention. Anxiety Stress Coping, 30(6), 619-629. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Walters-Symons RM, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2017). The quiet eye supports error recovery in golf putting. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 31, 21-27. Abstract.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2016). An Integrative Framework of Stress, Attention, and Visuomotor Performance. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 7 Author URL.
Sun G, Zhang L, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2016). The Quiet Eye Provides Preplanning and Online Control Support for Interceptive Task Performance. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 38(5), 458-469. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Ducrocq E, Wilson M, Vine S, Derakshan N (2016). Training Attentional Control Improves Cognitive and Motor Task Performance. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 38(5), 521-533. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Uiga L, Lavric A, Moore LJ, Tsaneva-Atanasova K, Wilson MR (2015). Individual reactions to stress predict performance during a critical aviation incident. Anxiety Stress Coping, 28(4), 467-477. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Harris DJ, Vine S, Eysenck M, Wilson M (In Press). To err again is human: exploring a bidirectional relationship between pressure and performance failure feedback. Anxiety, Stress and Coping Full text.
Payne KL, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2019). A systematic review of the anxiety-attention relationship in far-aiming skills. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 12(1), 325-355. Abstract.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2019). An external focus of attention promotes flow experience during simulated driving. Eur J Sport Sci, 19(6), 824-833. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Brimmell J, Parker J, Wilson MR, Vine SJ, Moore LJ (2019). Challenge and threat states, performance, and attentional control during a pressurized soccer penalty task. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 8(1), 63-79. Abstract.  Full text.
Arthur T, Vine S, Brosnan M, Buckingham G (2019). Exploring how material cues drive sensorimotor prediction across different levels of autistic-like traits. Exp Brain Res, 237(9), 2255-2267. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Słowiński P, Baldemir H, Wood G, Alizadehkhaiyat O, Coyles G, Vine S, Williams G, Tsaneva-Atanasova K, Wilson M (2019). Gaze training supports self-organization of movement coordination in children with developmental coordination disorder. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 1712-1712. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Wilson MR, Buckingham G, Vine SJ (2019). No effect of transcranial direct current stimulation of frontal, motor or visual cortex on performance of a self-paced visuomotor skill. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 43, 368-373. Abstract.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Harris DJ, Sharpe BT, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2019). Perceptual-cognitive expertise when refereeing the scrum in rugby union. Journal of Sports Sciences, 37(15), 1778-1786. Abstract.  Full text.
Parr JVV, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Harrison NR, Wood G (2019). Visual attention, EEG alpha power and T7-Fz connectivity are implicated in prosthetic hand control and can be optimized through gaze training. J Neuroeng Rehabil, 16(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, McGrath JS, LeBel M-E, Buckingham G (2018). A randomised trial of observational learning from 2D and 3D models in robotically assisted surgery. Surg Endosc, 32(11), 4527-4532. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2018). A systematic review of commercial cognitive training devices: Implications for use in sport. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(MAY). Abstract.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, McGrath JS, LeBel ME, Buckingham G (2018). Action observation for sensorimotor learning in surgery. British Journal of Surgery, 105(13), 1713-1720. Abstract.  Full text.
Parr JVV, Vine SJ, Harrison NR, Wood G (2018). Examining the Spatiotemporal Disruption to Gaze When Using a Myoelectric Prosthetic Hand. J Mot Behav, 50(4), 416-425. Abstract.  Author URL.
Walters-Symons R, Wilson M, Klostermann A, Vine S (2018). Examining the response programming function of the Quiet Eye: Do tougher shots need a quieter eye?. Cognitive Processing, 19(1), 47-52. Abstract.  Full text.
Buckingham G, Parr J, Wood G, Vine S, Dimitriou P, Day S (2018). The impact of using an upper-limb prosthesis on the perception of real and illusory weight differences. Psychon Bull Rev, 25(4), 1507-1516. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Wilson MR, Webb A, Wylie LJ, Vine SJ (2018). The quiet eye is sensitive to exercise-induced physiological stress. , 240, 35-52. Abstract.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Klostermann A (2017). 'Success is in the eye of the beholder': a special issue on the quiet eye. Eur J Sport Sci, 17(1), 70-73. Author URL.
Wood G, Miles CAL, Coyles G, Alizadehkhaiyat O, Vine SJ, Vickers JN, Wilson MR (2017). A randomized controlled trial of a group-based gaze training intervention for children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. PLoS One, 12(2). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Wood G, Vine SJ, Parr J, Wilson MR (2017). Aiming to Deceive: Examining the Role of the Quiet Eye During Deceptive Aiming Actions. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 39(5), 327-338. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Lee DH, Walters-Symons R, Wilson MR (2017). An occlusion paradigm to assess the importance of the timing of the quiet eye fixation. Eur J Sport Sci, 17(1), 85-92. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2017). Flow and quiet eye: the role of attentional control in flow experience. Cogn Process, 18(3), 343-347. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2017). Is flow really effortless? the complex role of effortful attention. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 6(1), 103-114. Abstract.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2017). Neurocognitive mechanisms of the flow state. , 234, 221-243. Abstract.  Full text.
Miles CAL, Wood G, Vine SJ, Vickers JN, Wilson MR (2017). Quiet eye training aids the long-term learning of throwing and catching in children: Preliminary evidence for a predictive control strategy. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(1), 100-108. Abstract.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, McGrath JS, LeBel M-E, Buckingham G (2017). The effect of observing novice and expert performance on acquisition of surgical skills on a robotic platform. PLoS One, 12(11). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Sammy N, Anstiss PA, Moore LJ, Freeman P, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2017). The effects of arousal reappraisal on stress responses, performance and attention. Anxiety Stress Coping, 30(6), 619-629. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Walters-Symons RM, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2017). The quiet eye supports error recovery in golf putting. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 31, 21-27. Abstract.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2016). An Integrative Framework of Stress, Attention, and Visuomotor Performance. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 7 Author URL.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2016). An Integrative Framework of Stress, Attention, and Visuomotor Performance. Front Psychol, 7 Abstract.  Author URL.
Sun G, Zhang L, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2016). The Quiet Eye Provides Preplanning and Online Control Support for Interceptive Task Performance. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 38(5), 458-469. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Ducrocq E, Wilson M, Vine S, Derakshan N (2016). Training Attentional Control Improves Cognitive and Motor Task Performance. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 38(5), 521-533. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Wood G, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2016). Working memory capacity, controlled attention and aiming performance under pressure. Psychol Res, 80(4), 510-517. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Vine S, Walters-Symons R, Wilson M (2015). Blink and you might miss it: Blinks may reflect an inward shift of attention, during the performance of a skill. COGNITIVE PROCESSING, 16, S42-S42. Author URL.
Vine SJ, Uiga L, Lavric A, Moore LJ, Tsaneva-Atanasova K, Wilson MR (2015). Individual reactions to stress predict performance during a critical aviation incident. Anxiety Stress Coping, 28(4), 467-477. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Miles CAL, Wood G, Vine SJ, Vickers JN, Wilson MR (2015). Quiet eye training facilitates visuomotor coordination in children with developmental coordination disorder. Res Dev Disabil, 40, 31-41. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Freeman P (2015). Reappraising Threat: How to Optimize Performance Under Pressure. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 37(3), 339-343. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, Waine E, McGrath JS, Masters RSW, Vine SJ (2015). Robotically assisted laparoscopy benefits surgical performance under stress. Journal of Robotic Surgery Abstract.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, Waine E, McGrath JS, Masters RSW, Vine SJ (2015). Robotically assisted laparoscopy benefits surgical performance under stress. Journal of Robotic Surgery, 9(4), 277-284. Abstract.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, McGrath JS, Waine E, Masters RSW, Vine SJ (2015). Surgeons’ display reduced mental effort and workload while performing robotically assisted surgical tasks, when compared to conventional laparoscopy. Surgical Endoscopy, 29(9), 2553-2560. Abstract.
Vine SJ, McGrath JS, Bright E, Dutton T, Clark J, Wilson MR (2014). Assessing visual control during simulated and live operations: gathering evidence for the content validity of simulation using eye movement metrics. Surg Endosc, 28(6), 1788-1793. Abstract.  Author URL.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Freeman P (2014). Examining the antecedents of challenge and threat states: the influence of perceived required effort and support availability. Int J Psychophysiol, 93(2), 267-273. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Smith AN, Smith SJ, Wilson MR (2014). Quiet Eye Training Improves Small Arms Maritime Marksmanship. Military Psychology Abstract.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Smith AN, Smith SJ, Wilson MR (2014). Quiet eye training improves small arms maritime marksmanship. Military Psychology, 26(5-6), 355-365. Abstract.  Full text.
Miles CAL, Vine SJ, Wood G, Vickers JN, Wilson MR (2014). Quiet eye training improves throw and catch performance in children. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 15(5), 511-515. Abstract.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2014). Quiet eye training: the acquisition, refinement and resilient performance of targeting skills. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SPORT SCIENCE, 14, S235-S242. Author URL.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, Waine E, Masters RSW, McGrath JS, Vine SJ (2014). Robotic technology results in faster and more robust surgical skill acquisition than traditional laparoscopy. Journal of Robotic Surgery
Bright E, Vine SJ, Dutton T, Wilson MR, McGrath JS (2014). Visual Control Strategies of Surgeons: a Novel Method of Establishing the Construct Validity of a Transurethral Resection of the Prostate Surgical Simulator. Journal of Surgical Education
Bright E, Vine SJ, Dutton T, Wilson MR, McGrath JS (2014). Visual control strategies of surgeons: a novel method of establishing the construct validity of a transurethral resection of the prostate surgical simulator. Journal of Surgical Education, 71(3), 434-439. Abstract.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, Vine SJ, Coussens A, Freeman P (2013). Champ or chump? Challenge and threat states during pressurized competition. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 35, 551-562. Abstract.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Chandra-Ramana R, Freeman P, Wilson MR (2013). Evaluating stress as a challenge is associated with superior attentional control and motor skill performance: Testing the predictions of the biopsychosocial model of challenge and threat. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 19, 185-194. Abstract.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Chaytor RJ, McGrath JS, Masters RSW, Wilson MR (2013). Gaze training improves the retention and transfer of laparoscopic technical skills in novices. Surg Endosc, 27(9), 3205-3213. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vine SJ, Lee D, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2013). Quiet eye and choking: Online control breaks down at the point of performance failure. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(10), 1988-1994. Abstract.
Vine SJ, Lee D, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2013). Quiet eye and choking: online control breaks down at the point of performance failure. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 45(10), 1988-1994. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wilson MR, Miles CAL, Vine SJ, Vickers JN (2013). Quiet eye distinguishes children of high and low motor coordination abilities. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 45(6), 1144-1151. Abstract.  Author URL.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Freeman P, Wilson MR (2013). Quiet eye training promotes challenge appraisals and aids performance under elevated anxiety. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Cooke A, Ring CM, Wilson MR (2013). Quiet eye training: a means to implicit motor learning. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 44(4), 367-386. Abstract.
Wood G, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2013). The impact of visual illusions on perception, action planning, and motor performance. Atten Percept Psychophys, 75(5), 830-834. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vine SJ, Masters RSW, McGrath JS, Bright E, Wilson MR (2013). You can't beat experience, but you can cheat it. Surgery, 153(2). Author URL.
Vine SJ, Masters RSW, McGrath JS, Bright E, Wilson MR (2012). Cheating experience: Guiding novices to adopt the gaze strategies of experts expedites the learning of technical laparoscopic skills. Surgery (United States), 152(1), 32-40. Abstract.
Bright E, Vine S, Wilson MR, Masters RSW, McGrath JS (2012). Face validity, construct validity and training benefits of a virtual reality turp simulator. International Journal of Surgery
Bright E, Vine S, Wilson MR, Masters RSW, McGrath JS (2012). Face validity, construct validity and training benefits of a virtual reality turp simulator. International Journal of Surgery, 10(3), 163-166. Abstract.
Bright E, Vine S, Wilson MR, Masters RSW, McGrath JS (2012). Face validity, construct validity and training benefits of a virtual reality turp simulator. International Journal of Surgery, 10(3), 163-166.
Wilson MR, Cooke AM, Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Ring CM (2012). New advances in the quiet eye phenomenon from research in neuroscience, centre of pressure (COP), and surgery-Quiet eye, quiet head, quiet hand, or quiet heart: the four horsemen of human motor performance?. JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY, 34, S37-S38. Author URL.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Cooke AM, Ring C, Wilson MR (2012). Quiet eye training expedites motor learning and aids performance under pressure: the roles of response programming and external attention. Psychophysiology: an international journal, 49, 1005-1015. Abstract.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Freeman P (2012). The effect of challenge and threat states on performance: an examination of potential mechanisms. Psychophysiology, 49(10), 1417-1425. Abstract.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Freeman P (2012). The effect of challenge and threat states on performance: an examination of potential mechanisms. Psychophysiology, 49(10), 1417-1425. Abstract.  Author URL.
McGrath JS, Moore L, Wilson MR, Freeman P, Vine S (2011). 'Challenge' and 'threat' states in surgery: implications for surgical performance and training. BJU Int, 108(6), 795-796. Author URL.
Wilson MR, Vine SJ, Bright E, Masters RSW, Defriend D, McGrath JS (2011). Gaze training enhances laparoscopic technical skill acquisition and multi-tasking performance: a randomized, controlled study. Surg Endosc, 25(12), 3731-3739. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Wilson MR, McGrath JS, Vine SJ, Brewer J, Defriend D, Masters RSW (2011). Perceptual impairment and psychomotor control in virtual laparoscopic surgery. Surg Endosc, 25(7), 2268-2274. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2011). Quiet eye training facilitates competitive putting performance in elite golfers. Front Psychol, 2 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2011). The influence of quiet eye training and pressure on attention and visuo-motor control. Acta Psychol (Amst), 136(3), 340-346. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wilson M, McGrath J, Vine S, Brewer J, Defriend D, Masters R (2010). Psychomotor control in a virtual laparoscopic surgery training environment: gaze control parameters differentiate novices from experts. Surg Endosc, 24(10), 2458-2464. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2010). Quiet eye training: Effects on learning and performance under pressure. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 22(4), 361-376. Abstract.
Wilson MR, Wood G, Vine SJ (2009). Anxiety, Attentional Control, and Performance Impairment in Penalty Kicks. J Sport Exerc Psy, 31(6), 761-775. Abstract.  Full text.
Wilson MR, Vine SJ, Wood G (2009). The influence of anxiety on visual attentional control in basketball free throw shooting. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 31(2), 152-168. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Chapters

Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2009). Performing under pressure: Attentional control and the suppression of vision in basketball free-throw shooting. In Chang CH (Ed) Handbook of Sport Psychology, Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science, 277-296.  Abstract.

Conferences

Dutton T, Vine S, McGrath J, Bright E, Wilson M (2012). EXAMINING THE VISUAL CONTROL STRATEGIES OF EXPERTS AND NOVICES TO ESTABLISH THE VALIDITY OF a NOVEL TURP SIMULATOR.  Author URL.
Vine S, Dutton T, Wilson M, Bright E, McGrath J (2012). LEARNING EFFECTS USING a TURP SIMULATOR: ASSESSING CHANGES IN VISUAL CONTROL AND PERFORMANCE.  Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Harris DJ, Vine S, Eysenck M, Wilson M (In Press). To err again is human: exploring a bidirectional relationship between pressure and performance failure feedback. Anxiety, Stress and Coping Full text.

2019

Payne KL, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2019). A systematic review of the anxiety-attention relationship in far-aiming skills. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 12(1), 325-355. Abstract.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2019). An external focus of attention promotes flow experience during simulated driving. Eur J Sport Sci, 19(6), 824-833. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Brimmell J, Parker J, Wilson MR, Vine SJ, Moore LJ (2019). Challenge and threat states, performance, and attentional control during a pressurized soccer penalty task. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 8(1), 63-79. Abstract.  Full text.
Arthur T, Vine S, Brosnan M, Buckingham G (2019). Exploring how material cues drive sensorimotor prediction across different levels of autistic-like traits. Exp Brain Res, 237(9), 2255-2267. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Słowiński P, Baldemir H, Wood G, Alizadehkhaiyat O, Coyles G, Vine S, Williams G, Tsaneva-Atanasova K, Wilson M (2019). Gaze training supports self-organization of movement coordination in children with developmental coordination disorder. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 1712-1712. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Wilson MR, Buckingham G, Vine SJ (2019). No effect of transcranial direct current stimulation of frontal, motor or visual cortex on performance of a self-paced visuomotor skill. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 43, 368-373. Abstract.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Harris DJ, Sharpe BT, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2019). Perceptual-cognitive expertise when refereeing the scrum in rugby union. Journal of Sports Sciences, 37(15), 1778-1786. Abstract.  Full text.
Parr JVV, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Harrison NR, Wood G (2019). Visual attention, EEG alpha power and T7-Fz connectivity are implicated in prosthetic hand control and can be optimized through gaze training. J Neuroeng Rehabil, 16(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2018

Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, McGrath JS, LeBel M-E, Buckingham G (2018). A randomised trial of observational learning from 2D and 3D models in robotically assisted surgery. Surg Endosc, 32(11), 4527-4532. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2018). A systematic review of commercial cognitive training devices: Implications for use in sport. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(MAY). Abstract.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, McGrath JS, LeBel ME, Buckingham G (2018). Action observation for sensorimotor learning in surgery. British Journal of Surgery, 105(13), 1713-1720. Abstract.  Full text.
Parr JVV, Vine SJ, Harrison NR, Wood G (2018). Examining the Spatiotemporal Disruption to Gaze When Using a Myoelectric Prosthetic Hand. J Mot Behav, 50(4), 416-425. Abstract.  Author URL.
Walters-Symons R, Wilson M, Klostermann A, Vine S (2018). Examining the response programming function of the Quiet Eye: Do tougher shots need a quieter eye?. Cognitive Processing, 19(1), 47-52. Abstract.  Full text.
Buckingham G, Parr J, Wood G, Vine S, Dimitriou P, Day S (2018). The impact of using an upper-limb prosthesis on the perception of real and illusory weight differences. Psychon Bull Rev, 25(4), 1507-1516. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Wilson MR, Webb A, Wylie LJ, Vine SJ (2018). The quiet eye is sensitive to exercise-induced physiological stress. , 240, 35-52. Abstract.  Full text.

2017

Vine SJ, Klostermann A (2017). 'Success is in the eye of the beholder': a special issue on the quiet eye. Eur J Sport Sci, 17(1), 70-73. Author URL.
Wood G, Miles CAL, Coyles G, Alizadehkhaiyat O, Vine SJ, Vickers JN, Wilson MR (2017). A randomized controlled trial of a group-based gaze training intervention for children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. PLoS One, 12(2). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Wood G, Vine SJ, Parr J, Wilson MR (2017). Aiming to Deceive: Examining the Role of the Quiet Eye During Deceptive Aiming Actions. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 39(5), 327-338. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Lee DH, Walters-Symons R, Wilson MR (2017). An occlusion paradigm to assess the importance of the timing of the quiet eye fixation. Eur J Sport Sci, 17(1), 85-92. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2017). Flow and quiet eye: the role of attentional control in flow experience. Cogn Process, 18(3), 343-347. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2017). Is flow really effortless? the complex role of effortful attention. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 6(1), 103-114. Abstract.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2017). Neurocognitive mechanisms of the flow state. , 234, 221-243. Abstract.  Full text.
Miles CAL, Wood G, Vine SJ, Vickers JN, Wilson MR (2017). Quiet eye training aids the long-term learning of throwing and catching in children: Preliminary evidence for a predictive control strategy. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(1), 100-108. Abstract.  Full text.
Harris DJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, McGrath JS, LeBel M-E, Buckingham G (2017). The effect of observing novice and expert performance on acquisition of surgical skills on a robotic platform. PLoS One, 12(11). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Sammy N, Anstiss PA, Moore LJ, Freeman P, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2017). The effects of arousal reappraisal on stress responses, performance and attention. Anxiety Stress Coping, 30(6), 619-629. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Walters-Symons RM, Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2017). The quiet eye supports error recovery in golf putting. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 31, 21-27. Abstract.  Full text.

2016

Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2016). An Integrative Framework of Stress, Attention, and Visuomotor Performance. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 7 Author URL.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2016). An Integrative Framework of Stress, Attention, and Visuomotor Performance. Front Psychol, 7 Abstract.  Author URL.
Sun G, Zhang L, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2016). The Quiet Eye Provides Preplanning and Online Control Support for Interceptive Task Performance. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 38(5), 458-469. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Ducrocq E, Wilson M, Vine S, Derakshan N (2016). Training Attentional Control Improves Cognitive and Motor Task Performance. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 38(5), 521-533. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Wood G, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2016). Working memory capacity, controlled attention and aiming performance under pressure. Psychol Res, 80(4), 510-517. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2015

Vine S, Walters-Symons R, Wilson M (2015). Blink and you might miss it: Blinks may reflect an inward shift of attention, during the performance of a skill. COGNITIVE PROCESSING, 16, S42-S42. Author URL.
Vine SJ, Uiga L, Lavric A, Moore LJ, Tsaneva-Atanasova K, Wilson MR (2015). Individual reactions to stress predict performance during a critical aviation incident. Anxiety Stress Coping, 28(4), 467-477. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Miles CAL, Wood G, Vine SJ, Vickers JN, Wilson MR (2015). Quiet eye training facilitates visuomotor coordination in children with developmental coordination disorder. Res Dev Disabil, 40, 31-41. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Freeman P (2015). Reappraising Threat: How to Optimize Performance Under Pressure. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 37(3), 339-343. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, Waine E, McGrath JS, Masters RSW, Vine SJ (2015). Robotically assisted laparoscopy benefits surgical performance under stress. Journal of Robotic Surgery Abstract.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, Waine E, McGrath JS, Masters RSW, Vine SJ (2015). Robotically assisted laparoscopy benefits surgical performance under stress. Journal of Robotic Surgery, 9(4), 277-284. Abstract.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, McGrath JS, Waine E, Masters RSW, Vine SJ (2015). Surgeons’ display reduced mental effort and workload while performing robotically assisted surgical tasks, when compared to conventional laparoscopy. Surgical Endoscopy, 29(9), 2553-2560. Abstract.

2014

Vine SJ, McGrath JS, Bright E, Dutton T, Clark J, Wilson MR (2014). Assessing visual control during simulated and live operations: gathering evidence for the content validity of simulation using eye movement metrics. Surg Endosc, 28(6), 1788-1793. Abstract.  Author URL.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Freeman P (2014). Examining the antecedents of challenge and threat states: the influence of perceived required effort and support availability. Int J Psychophysiol, 93(2), 267-273. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Smith AN, Smith SJ, Wilson MR (2014). Quiet Eye Training Improves Small Arms Maritime Marksmanship. Military Psychology Abstract.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Smith AN, Smith SJ, Wilson MR (2014). Quiet eye training improves small arms maritime marksmanship. Military Psychology, 26(5-6), 355-365. Abstract.  Full text.
Miles CAL, Vine SJ, Wood G, Vickers JN, Wilson MR (2014). Quiet eye training improves throw and catch performance in children. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 15(5), 511-515. Abstract.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2014). Quiet eye training: the acquisition, refinement and resilient performance of targeting skills. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SPORT SCIENCE, 14, S235-S242. Author URL.
Moore LJ, Wilson MR, Waine E, Masters RSW, McGrath JS, Vine SJ (2014). Robotic technology results in faster and more robust surgical skill acquisition than traditional laparoscopy. Journal of Robotic Surgery
Bright E, Vine SJ, Dutton T, Wilson MR, McGrath JS (2014). Visual Control Strategies of Surgeons: a Novel Method of Establishing the Construct Validity of a Transurethral Resection of the Prostate Surgical Simulator. Journal of Surgical Education
Bright E, Vine SJ, Dutton T, Wilson MR, McGrath JS (2014). Visual control strategies of surgeons: a novel method of establishing the construct validity of a transurethral resection of the prostate surgical simulator. Journal of Surgical Education, 71(3), 434-439. Abstract.

2013

Moore LJ, Wilson MR, Vine SJ, Coussens A, Freeman P (2013). Champ or chump? Challenge and threat states during pressurized competition. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 35, 551-562. Abstract.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Chandra-Ramana R, Freeman P, Wilson MR (2013). Evaluating stress as a challenge is associated with superior attentional control and motor skill performance: Testing the predictions of the biopsychosocial model of challenge and threat. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 19, 185-194. Abstract.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Chaytor RJ, McGrath JS, Masters RSW, Wilson MR (2013). Gaze training improves the retention and transfer of laparoscopic technical skills in novices. Surg Endosc, 27(9), 3205-3213. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vine SJ, Lee D, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2013). Quiet eye and choking: Online control breaks down at the point of performance failure. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(10), 1988-1994. Abstract.
Vine SJ, Lee D, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2013). Quiet eye and choking: online control breaks down at the point of performance failure. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 45(10), 1988-1994. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wilson MR, Miles CAL, Vine SJ, Vickers JN (2013). Quiet eye distinguishes children of high and low motor coordination abilities. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 45(6), 1144-1151. Abstract.  Author URL.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Freeman P, Wilson MR (2013). Quiet eye training promotes challenge appraisals and aids performance under elevated anxiety. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Cooke A, Ring CM, Wilson MR (2013). Quiet eye training: a means to implicit motor learning. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 44(4), 367-386. Abstract.
Wood G, Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2013). The impact of visual illusions on perception, action planning, and motor performance. Atten Percept Psychophys, 75(5), 830-834. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vine SJ, Masters RSW, McGrath JS, Bright E, Wilson MR (2013). You can't beat experience, but you can cheat it. Surgery, 153(2). Author URL.

2012

Vine SJ, Masters RSW, McGrath JS, Bright E, Wilson MR (2012). Cheating experience: Guiding novices to adopt the gaze strategies of experts expedites the learning of technical laparoscopic skills. Surgery (United States), 152(1), 32-40. Abstract.
Dutton T, Vine S, McGrath J, Bright E, Wilson M (2012). EXAMINING THE VISUAL CONTROL STRATEGIES OF EXPERTS AND NOVICES TO ESTABLISH THE VALIDITY OF a NOVEL TURP SIMULATOR.  Author URL.
Bright E, Vine S, Wilson MR, Masters RSW, McGrath JS (2012). Face validity, construct validity and training benefits of a virtual reality turp simulator. International Journal of Surgery
Bright E, Vine S, Wilson MR, Masters RSW, McGrath JS (2012). Face validity, construct validity and training benefits of a virtual reality turp simulator. International Journal of Surgery, 10(3), 163-166. Abstract.
Bright E, Vine S, Wilson MR, Masters RSW, McGrath JS (2012). Face validity, construct validity and training benefits of a virtual reality turp simulator. International Journal of Surgery, 10(3), 163-166.
Vine S, Dutton T, Wilson M, Bright E, McGrath J (2012). LEARNING EFFECTS USING a TURP SIMULATOR: ASSESSING CHANGES IN VISUAL CONTROL AND PERFORMANCE.  Author URL.
Wilson MR, Cooke AM, Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Ring CM (2012). New advances in the quiet eye phenomenon from research in neuroscience, centre of pressure (COP), and surgery-Quiet eye, quiet head, quiet hand, or quiet heart: the four horsemen of human motor performance?. JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY, 34, S37-S38. Author URL.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Cooke AM, Ring C, Wilson MR (2012). Quiet eye training expedites motor learning and aids performance under pressure: the roles of response programming and external attention. Psychophysiology: an international journal, 49, 1005-1015. Abstract.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Freeman P (2012). The effect of challenge and threat states on performance: an examination of potential mechanisms. Psychophysiology, 49(10), 1417-1425. Abstract.
Moore LJ, Vine SJ, Wilson MR, Freeman P (2012). The effect of challenge and threat states on performance: an examination of potential mechanisms. Psychophysiology, 49(10), 1417-1425. Abstract.  Author URL.

2011

McGrath JS, Moore L, Wilson MR, Freeman P, Vine S (2011). 'Challenge' and 'threat' states in surgery: implications for surgical performance and training. BJU Int, 108(6), 795-796. Author URL.
Wilson MR, Vine SJ, Bright E, Masters RSW, Defriend D, McGrath JS (2011). Gaze training enhances laparoscopic technical skill acquisition and multi-tasking performance: a randomized, controlled study. Surg Endosc, 25(12), 3731-3739. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Wilson MR, McGrath JS, Vine SJ, Brewer J, Defriend D, Masters RSW (2011). Perceptual impairment and psychomotor control in virtual laparoscopic surgery. Surg Endosc, 25(7), 2268-2274. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vine SJ, Moore LJ, Wilson MR (2011). Quiet eye training facilitates competitive putting performance in elite golfers. Front Psychol, 2 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2011). The influence of quiet eye training and pressure on attention and visuo-motor control. Acta Psychol (Amst), 136(3), 340-346. Abstract.  Author URL.

2010

Wilson M, McGrath J, Vine S, Brewer J, Defriend D, Masters R (2010). Psychomotor control in a virtual laparoscopic surgery training environment: gaze control parameters differentiate novices from experts. Surg Endosc, 24(10), 2458-2464. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vine SJ, Wilson MR (2010). Quiet eye training: Effects on learning and performance under pressure. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 22(4), 361-376. Abstract.

2009

Wilson MR, Wood G, Vine SJ (2009). Anxiety, Attentional Control, and Performance Impairment in Penalty Kicks. J Sport Exerc Psy, 31(6), 761-775. Abstract.  Full text.
Wilson MR, Vine SJ (2009). Performing under pressure: Attentional control and the suppression of vision in basketball free-throw shooting. In Chang CH (Ed) Handbook of Sport Psychology, Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science, 277-296.  Abstract.
Wilson MR, Vine SJ, Wood G (2009). The influence of anxiety on visual attentional control in basketball free throw shooting. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 31(2), 152-168. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

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External Engagement and Impact

Awards/Honorary fellowships

July 2011 European College of Sports Science- Young Investigator Award. The quiet eye period and performance failure under pressure.

Sept 2011 Winner of the best oral presentation, British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS),  Annual Meeting, Aberdeen, UK, 1st -2nd Sept.

April 2010 Winner of the poster prize in the category 'Simulation and Technology in Surgery' at the International Surgical Congress of the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (ASGBI), Liverpool, UK.


Editorial responsibilities

Associate Editor - Cognitive Processing

Academic Editor - PLOS one

Associate Editor Fronteirs in Psychology- Movement Science and Sport Psychology

Editor for Special Issue- European Journal of Sport Sciences- The Quiet Eye.

Guest Associate Editor- Journal of Experimental Psychology- Human Perception and Performance.

Review Editor

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied: http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/xap/ 

Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology
www.frontiersin.org/movement_science_and_sport_psychology/about

Journal of Applied Sport Psychology (JASP): www.tandfonline.com/loi/uasp20

Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology (JSEP): journals.humankinetics.com/about-jsep

Human Movement Science (HMS): www.journals.elsevier.com/human-movement-science/

Journal of Sport Science (JSS): www.tandfonline.com/loi/rjsp20


Invited lectures

  1. The Devon and Cornwall Police annual Men's Health Conference (Feb 2019): ‘The science of rising to the occasion’: Exeter City Football Club.
  2. The Philosophical Breakfast Club Annual Conference (theme: High Performing Teams; May 2018).
  3. Peninsula pre-hospital emergency medicine conference (Feb 2018). I spy with my virtual eye; performance psychology in action. Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
  4. Manchester Metropolitan University and University of Salford (Dec 2017). Understanding and training expertise in surgery: How can this be applied to eye-hand coordination in upper-limb prosthesis users? Invited talk from Dr Greg Wood.
  5. Fulham F.C. & University College London (June 2017). Decision making under pressure. Invited talk from Prof Vince Walsh.
  6. The Institute of pre-hospital care: London’s air ambulance (June 2017). Factors affecting performance under pressure. Performance Psychology Symposium, Royal London Hospital.
  7. Association of Applied Sport Psychology (May 2017). Workshop on eye tracking and virtual reality training, University of Winchester.
  8. The 14th European Congress of Sport Psychology, Bern Switzerland. (June 2015). Invited Symposium: Perception & Action Coupling: The Quiet Eye in action.
  9. University of Plymouth, College of St Mark and St John (May 2014). Visual attention and performance under pressure. Invited presentation to faculty members and undergraduate students.
  10. University of Bern, Switzerland (Feb 2014). Developing Quiet eye theory. Invited talk to faculty members at annual ‘Winterakademie’.
  11. Intuitive Surgical, California (Jan 2014). The da Vinci vs. conventional laparoscopy: Examining benefits for the surgeon. Key note speaker at the annual research symposium.
  12. British Psychological Society workshop (Dec 2013). Using a Mobile Eye-tracker in Research and Applied Settings.
  13. Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh (October 2013). Stress, attention and human performance. Invited talk to the Psychology department.
  14. Loughborough College (April 2013). Visual attention and performance under pressure. Invited talk to staff and students from Loughborough College and Loughborough University.
  15. Intuitive surgical, California (April 2013). From Sport, to Surgery to Robotics; principles of skills acquisition and performance under pressure. Invited presentation to Intuitive surgical research and development team.
  16. Exeter Surgical Health Services Research Unit (HeSRU). Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter. (Sept 2012). Tracking surgeons – from the golf course to the theatre. Invited presentation to the president of the Royal College of Surgeons for the official opening of HeSRU.

Media Coverage

Interview with Rob Gray @ perceptionaction.com 

'VR for safety critical jobs'

Gaze Control Analysis to Train Golfers

'Quiet Eye technique can greatly improve putting, scientists claim

Keeping Your Eye on the Ball

‘Surgeons perform better with eye movement training’
  Exeter
  Science Daily
  Time Magazine

Pioneering robotic surgery research taking place in Exeter

The perfect penalty

Teaching

At undergraduate level I teach on the Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology (ESS1605) module, and at postgraduate level I teach on the Current Issues in Sport and Exercise Psychology (M023) module.

I oversee the departments widening participation program and am actively involved in student recruitment and outreach activities.

 

Modules

2019/20


Supervision / Group

Postdoctoral researchers

Postgraduate researchers

  • Tom Arthur

Alumni

  • Don Lee Mechanisms underpinning quiet eye training effects. University of Exeter [part funded by the South Korean government].
  • Charlotte Miles Quiet eye, sporting ability and movement clumsiness. University of Exeter [funded by University of Exeter].
  • Katie Payne
  • Nadine Sammy
  • Liis Uiga (Research Associate, finished Jan 2013)
  • Rosanna Walters-Symons

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