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Cumming, J., & Williams, S.E. (in press). Introducing the revised applied model of deliberate imagery use for sport, dance, exercise, and rehabilitation. Movement and Sport Sciences.
Williams, S.E. & Cumming, J. (2012). Athletes' Ease of Imaging Predicts Their Imagery and Observational Learning Use. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13, 363-370.
Williams, S.E. & Cumming, J. (2012). Challenge vs. threat: Investigating the effect of using imagery to manipulate stress appraisal of a dart throwing task. Sport & Exercise Psychology Review, 8, 4-21.
Williams, S.E. & Cumming, J. (2012). Sport imagery ability predicts trait confidence, and challenge and threat appraisal tendencies. European Journal of Sport Science, 12, 499-508.
Williams, S.E., Cumming, J., Ntoumanis, N., Nordin-Bates, S.M., Ramsey, R. & Hall, C.R. (2012). Further validation and development of the Movement Imagery Questionnaire. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 34, 621-646.
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Williams, S.E. & Cumming, J. (2011). Measuring athlete imagery ability: The Sport Imagery Ability Questionnaire. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 33, 416-440.
Williams, S.E., Cumming, J. & Balanos, G.M. (2011). The use of imagery to manipulate challenge and threat appraisal states in athletes. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 32, 339-358.
Williams, S.E., Cumming, J., & Edwards, M.G. (2011). The functional equivalence between movement imagery, observation, and execution influences imagery ability. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 82, 555-564.
Ramsey, R., Cumming, J., Edwards, M.G., Williams, S., & Brunning, C. (2010). Examining the emotion aspect of PETTLEP based Imagery and penalty taking performance in football. Journal of Sport Behavior, 33, 295-315.