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Statistical Methods For Assessing Measurement Error (Reliability) in Variables Relevant to Sports Medicine
It is recommended that sports clinicians and researchers should cite and interpret a number of statistical methods for assessing reliability and encourage the inclusion of the LOA method, especially the exploration of heteroscedasticity that is inherent in this analysis.
A multidisciplinary approach to talent identification in soccer
- T. Reilly, A. Williams, A. Nevill, A. Franks
- Education, PsychologyJournal of sports sciences
- 1 January 2000
The test battery used may be useful in establishing baseline reference data for young players being selected onto specialized development programmes, and the most discriminating of the measures were agility, sprint time, ego orientation and anticipation skill.
Assessing agreement between measurements recorded on a ratio scale in sports medicine and sports science.
This study provides strong evidence that heteroscedastic errors are the norm when investigating measurement agreement of variables recorded on a ratio scale in sports medicine and sports science.
Scaling physiological measurements for individuals of different body size
- A. Nevill, R. Ramsbottom, Clyde Williams
- Environmental ScienceEuropean Journal of Applied Physiology and…
A curvilinear power function model was shown to be theoretically, physiologically and empirically superior to the linear models and best able to describe a wide range of subjects in terms of their physiological capacity, i.e. their ability to utilise oxygen or record power maximally, independent of body size.
Determinants of 2,000 m rowing ergometer performance in elite rowers
The physiological determinants of performance during rowing over 2,000 m on an ergometer in finalists from World Championship rowing or sculling competitions from all categories of competion rowing concluded that power at V˙O2max, V�'O2 at the blood lactate threshold, power at the 4 mmol·l–1 concentration of blood lactATE and maximal power could be used to predict rowing performance.
The influence of crowd noise and experience upon refereeing decisions in football
Lifestyle risk factors of students: a cluster analytical approach.
Changes in cardiorespiratory fitness and coronary heart disease risk factors following 24 wk of moderate- or high-intensity exercise of equal energy cost.
It is suggested that high-intensity training is more effective in improving cardiorespiratory fitness than moderate- intensity training of equal energy cost and changes in coronary heart disease risk factors are influenced by exercise intensity.
Developing the Reflective Sports Coach: A study exploring the processes of reflective practice within a higher education coaching programme
The present paper offers a brief discussion of two procedural frameworks, action research and reflective practice, drawing on literature from the practical domains of teaching and nursing.…
Ballet injuries: injury incidence and severity over 1 year.
- Nick Allen, A. Nevill, J. Brooks, Y. Koutedakis, M. Wyon
- MedicineThe Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical…
- 1 September 2012
The relatively high number of injuries reported and the resulting loss of dance time support the need to introduce interventions to reduce the risk of injury in professional dancers.