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Müller, Sean, Abernethy, Bruce, Reece, John, Rose, Matthew, Eid, Michael, McBean, Rohan, Hart, Thomas and Abreau, Claudio (2009) An in-situ examination of the timing of information pick-up for interception by cricket batsmen of different skill levels. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 10 6: 644-652. doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2009.04.002 92   16 Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Muller, S., Abernethy, A. B., Farrow, D., Wallis, G. and Barras, N. (2005). Attunement to constraints: From where do skilled cricket batsmen pick-up information to anticipate a bowler's intent?. In: T. Morris, P. Terry, S. Gordon and et al., Proceedings of the ISSP 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology. Promoting Health and Performance for Life, Sydney, (). 15-19 August, 2005. 77  
Muller, Sean and Abernethy, Bruce (2006) Batting with occluded vision: An in situ examination of the information pick-up and interceptive skills of high- and low-skilled cricket batsmen. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 9 6: 446-458. doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2006.03.029 162   46 Cited 49 times in Scopus49 0
Abernethy, A. B., Muller, S., Farrow, D., Wallis, G. and Barras, N. (2005). Dealing with natural constraints: The timing of information pick-up by cricket batsmen of different skill levels. In: T. Morris, P. Terry, S. Gordon and et al., Proceedings of the ISSP 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology. Promoting Health and Performance for Life, Sydney, (). 15-19 August, 2005. 97  
Muller, Sean, Abernethy, Bruce, Eid, Michael, McBean, Rohan and Roses, Matthew (2010) Expertise and the spatio-temporal characteristics of anticipatory information pick-up from complex movement patterns. Perception, 39 6: 745-760. doi:10.1068/p6438 48   8 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Muller, Sean, Abernethy, Bruce and Farrow, Damian (2006) How do world-class cricket batsmen anticipate a bowler's intention?. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59 12: 2162-2186. doi:10.1080/02643290600576595 259   86 Cited 90 times in Scopus90 13
Muller, Sean and Abernethy, Bruce (2006). Skill learning from an expertise perspective: issues and implications for practice and coaching in cricket. In J. Dosil (Ed.), The Sport Psychologist's handbook: a guide for sport-specific performance enhancement (pp. 245-261) Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons. 120   9
Weissensteiner, Juanita, Abernethy, Bruce, Farrow, Damian and Muller, Sean (2008) The development of anticipation: A cross-sectional examination of the practice experiences contributing to skill in cricket batting. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 30 6: 663-684. 109   29 Cited 36 times in Scopus36
Muller, S. (2005). Timing and sources of information pick-up for visual anticipation by cricket batsmen of different skill levels PhD Thesis, School of Human Movement Studies, The University of Queensland. 164  
Müller, Sean and Abernethy, Bruce (2008) Validity and reliability of a simple categorical tool for the assessment of interceptive skill. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 11 6: 549-552. doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2007.08.003 63   10 Cited 10 times in Scopus10 0
Muller, S., Abernethy, B., Farrow, D., Anderson, T., Eid, M., McBean, R. and Rose, M. (2007). Video simulation occlusion techniques for examining pick-up of visual cues in cricket batting. In: Proceedings of the Third World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket. 3rd World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket, Bridgetown, Barbados, West Indies, (). 4-7 April 2007. 128  
Muller, S., Abernethy, A. B., Farrow, D., Wallis, G. and Barras, N. (2004). When is information extracted for anticipation of ball type in cricket batting?. In: Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Inaugural National Conference. Exercise and Sports Science 2004 - From Research to Practice, Brisbane, (). 14-16 April 2004. 110