Publications

Below is a list of the BRIO group’s publications in the areas of imagery and observation

2014
Quinton, M. L., Cumming, J., Gray, R., Geeson, J. R., Cooper, A., Crowley, H., & Williams, S. E. (2014). A PETTLEP Imagery Intervention with Young Athletes. Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity, 9, 47-59. doi:10.1515/jirspa-2014-0003

Weibull, F., Cumming, J., Cooley, S. J., Williams, S. E., & Burns, V. E. (2014). Walk this Way: A Brief Exercise Imagery Intervention Increases Barrier Self-Efficacy in Women. Current Psychology. doi:10.1007/s12144-014-9271-0

Cumming, J., & Williams, S. E. (2014). Imagery. In R. C. Eklund and G. Tenenbuam (Eds), Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology (p. 369-373). Los Angeles: Sage.

Cumming, J., & Williams, S. E. (2014). Mental rehearsal. In R. C. Eklund and G. Tenenbuam (Eds), Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology (p. 433-435). Los Angelas: Sage.

Cumming, J., & Williams, S. E. (2014). Multimodal mental training. In R. C. Eklund and G. Tenenbuam (Eds), Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology (p. 490-492). Los Angelas: Sage.

Cumming, J., & Williams, S. E. (2014). Simulation training. In R. C. Eklund and G. Tenenbuam (Eds), Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology (p. 676-678). Los Angelas: Sage.

2013
Cooley, S. J., Williams, S. E., Burns, V. E., & Cumming, J. (2013). Methodological variations in guided imagery interventions using movement imagery scripts in sport: A systematic review. Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity, 8, 1-22. doi:10.1515/jirspa-2012-0005.

Cumming, J., & Anderson, G. M. (2013). Guided imagery. In Gellman, M. D. & Turner, J. R. Eds), Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine (p. 881-883). New York: Springer. ISBN = 978-1-4419-1005-9_1341.

Cumming, J., & Williams, S. E. (2013). Introducing the revised applied model of deliberate imagery use for sport, dance, exercise, and rehabilitation. Movement & Sport Sciences – Science & Motricité, 82, 69-81.

Sharp, L., Holland, M. J. G., Woodcock, C., Cumming, J., & Duda, J. L. (2013) A qualitative evaluation of a mental skills training program with youth athletes. The Sport Psychologist, 27, 219-232.

Smeeton, N. J., Hibbert, J. Stevenson, K., Cumming, J., & Williams, A. M. (2013). Can imagery facilitate improvements in anticipation behavior? Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 14, 200-210.

Williams, S. E., Cooley, S. J., & Cumming, J. (2013). Layered stimulus response training improves motor imagery ability and movement execution. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 35, 60-71.

Williams, S. E., Cooley, S. J., Newell, E., Weibull, F., & Cumming, J. (2013). Seeing the difference: Advice for developing effective imagery scripts for athletes. Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, 4, 109-121. doi:10.1080/21520704.2013.781560

2012
Cumming, J., & Williams, S. E. (2012). The role of imagery in performance. In S. Murphy (Ed), Handbook of Sport and Performance Psychology (p. 213-232). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Stanley, D. M., Cumming, J., Standage, M., & Duda, J. L. (2012). Images of exercising: Exploring the imagery use and cognitions of exercisers from a self-determination perspective. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13, 133-141.

Thøgersen-Ntoumani, C., Cumming, J., Ntoumanis, N., & Nikitaras, N. (2012). Exercise imagery and its correlates in older adults. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13, 19-25.

Williams. S. E., & Cumming, J. (2012a). Athletes’ ease of imaging predicts their imagery and observational learning use. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13, 362-370.

Williams, S. E., & Cumming, J. (2012b). Challenge vs. threat imagery: Investigating the effect of using imagery to manipulate cognitive appraisal of a dart throwing task. Sport and Exercise Psychology Review, 8, 4-21.

Williams, S. E., & Cumming, J. (2012c). 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. (2012). Further validation and development of the Movement Imagery Questionnaire. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 34, 621-646.

Woodcock, C., Duda, J. L., Cumming, J., Sharp, L., & Holland, M. J. G. (2012). Assessing Mental Skill Use in Applied Interventions: Recognizing and Minimizing Threats to the Psychometric Properties of the TOPS. The Sport Psychologist, 26, 1-15.

2011
Nordin-Bates, S. M., Cumming, J., Aways, D., & Sharp, L. (2011). Imaging yourself dancing to perfection? Cognitive correlates of perfectionism among ballet and contemporary dancers. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 5, 58-67.

Williams, S. E., & Cumming, J. (2011). Development and validation of the Sport Imagery Ability Questionnaire. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 33, 416-440.

Williams, S. E., Cumming, J., & Edwards, M. G. (2011). Does the functional equivalence between movement imagery, observation, and execution influence imagery ability? Investigating different modes of MIQ-R delivery. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 82, 55-564.

Woodcock, C., Holland, M. J. G., Duda, J. L., & Cumming, J. (2011). Psychological qualities and techniques relevant to young elite athletes: Significant other perceptions. The Sport Psychologist, 25, 411-443.

2010
Holland, M. J., G., Woodcock, C., Cumming, J., & Duda, J. L. (2010). Important mental qualities and employed mental techniques: The perspective of young elite team sport athletes. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 4, 19-38.

Holmes, P. S., Cumming, J., & Edwards, M. G. (2010). Motor imagery and observation in skill learning. In A. Guillot & C. Collet (Eds), The Neurophysiological Foundations of Mental and Motor Imagery (p. 253-269). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. (ISBN: 978-0-19-954625-1)

Ramsey, R., Cumming, J., Edwards, M. E., Williams, S. E., & Brunning, C. (2010). Examining the emotion aspect of PETTLEP based Imagery and penalty taking performance in football. Journal of Sport Behavior, 33, 295-315.

Ramsey, R., Edwards, M. G., Cumming, J., & Eastough, D. (2010). Imagery interferes with action. Brain & Cognition, 74, 249-254.

Stanley, D. M. & Cumming, J. (2010a). Not just how one feels, but what one images? The effects of imagery use on affective responses to moderate exercise. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 8, 343-359. doi:10.1080/1612197X.2010.9671957

Stanley, D. M., & Cumming, J. (2010b). Are we having fun yet? Testing the effects of imagery use on the affective and enjoyment responses to acute moderate exercise. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 11, 582-590.

Williams, S. E., Cumming, J., & Balanos, G. (2010). The use of imagery to manipulate challenge and threat appraisal states in athletes. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 32, 339-358.

2009
Cumming, J., & Ramsey R. (2009). Sport imagery interventions. In S. Mellalieu & S. Hanton (Eds), Advances in Applied Sport Psychology: A Review (p. 5-36). London: Routledge. (ISBN: 978-0-415-44763-8)

Cumming, J., & Stanley, D. M. (2009) Are Images of Exercising Related to Feeling States? Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity, 4 (1).

Hall, C. R., Munroe-Chandler, K., Cumming, J., Law, B., Ramsey, R., & Murphy, L. (2009). Imagery and observational learning use and their relationship to trait sport confidence. Journal of Sports Sciences, 27, 237-337.

Ramsey, R., Cumming, J., & Edwards, M. G. (2009). Mental imagery inflates performance expectations but not actual performance of a novel and challenging motor task. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 28, 331-347.

2008
Cumming, J. (2008). Investigating the relationship between exercise imagery, leisure time exercise behaviour, and exercise self-efficacy. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 20, 184-198.

Murphy, S., Nordin, S. M., & Cumming, J. (2008). Imagery in sport, exercise and dance. In T. Horn (Ed.), Advances in sport and exercise psychology (3rd edition, pp. 297-324). Champagne, IL: Human Kinetics.

Nordin, S. M., & Cumming, J. (2008). Comparison of dancers and aesthetic sport athletes’ imagery use. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 20, 1-17.

Nordin, S. M., & Cumming, J. (2008). Types and functions of athletes’ imagery: Testing prediction from the applied model of imagery use by examining effectiveness. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 6, 189-206.

Ramsey, R., Cumming, J., & Edwards, M. G. (2008). Exploring a Modified Conceptualisation of Imagery Direction and Golf Putting Performance. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 6, 207-223.

2007
Cumming, J., Olphin, T., & Law, L. (2007). Physiological and self-reported responses to different motivational general imagery scripts. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 29, 629-644.

Nordin, S. M., & Cumming, J. (2007). Where, when, and how: A quantitative account of dance imagery. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 78, 390-395.

2006
Cumming, J., Nordin, S. M., Horton, R., & Reynolds, S. (2006). Examining the directional component of imagery and self-talk strategies on performance and self-efficacy. The Sport Psychologist, 20, 257-274.

Nordin, S. M., & Cumming, J. (2006). The Development of Imagery in Dance: Part I. Qualitative Findings from Professional Dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science, 10, 21-27.

Nordin, S. M., & Cumming, J. (2006). The Development of Imagery in Dance: Part II. Quantitative Findings from a Mixed Sample of Dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science, 10, 28-34.

Nordin, S. M. & Cumming, J. (2006). Measuring the Content of Dancer’s Images: Development of the Dance Imagery Questionnaire (DIQ). Journal of Dance Medicine & Science, 10, 85-98.

Nordin, S. M., Cumming, J., Vincent, J., & McGrory, S. (2006). Mental practice or spontaneous play? Examining which types of imagery constitute deliberate practice in sport. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 18, 345-362.

2005
Cumming, J., Clark, S. E, McCullagh, P., Ste-Marie, D.M., & Hall, C. (2005). The Functions of Observational Learning. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 6, 517-537.

Cumming, J., Hall, C., & Starkes, J. (2005). Deliberate imagery practice: The reliability of using a retrospective recall methodology. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76, 306-314.

Nordin, S. M., & Cumming, J. (2005). More than meets the eye: Investigating imagery type, direction, and outcome. The Sport Psychologist, 19, 1-17.

Nordin, S. M., & Cumming, J. (2005). Professional dancers describe their imagery: When, where, what, why, and how. The Sport Psychologist, 19, 395-416.

2004
Cumming, J., Hall, C., & Shambrook, C. (2004). The influence of a single workshop on high school basketball players’ use of imagery. Athletic Insight, 6(1).

Fish, L., Hall, C., & Cumming, J. (2004). Investigating the use of imagery by elite ballet dancers. Avante, 10, 26-39.

2003
Harwood, C., Cumming, J., & Hall, C. (2003). Imagery use in elite youth sport: Reinforcing the applied role of achievement goal theory. Research Quarterly of Exercise and Sport, 74, 292-300.

2002
Cumming, J., & Hall, C. (2002). Athletes’ use of imagery in the off-season. The Sport Psychologist, 16, 160-172.

Cumming, J., & Hall, C. (2002). Deliberate imagery practice: Examining the development of imagery skills in competitive athletes. Journal of Sports Sciences, 20, 137-145.

Cumming, J., Hall, C., Harwood, C., & Gammage, K. (2002). Motivational orientations and imagery use: A goal profiling analysis. Journal of Sports Sciences, 20, 127-136.

2001
Cumming, J., & Ste-Marie, D.M. (2001). The cognitive and motivational effects of imagery training: A matter of perspective. The Sport Psychologist, 15, 276-287.

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