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Name:                            Dr Damian Poulter

 

Position:                         Research Fellow

 

Email:                             d.r.poulter@rdg.ac.uk

 

Telephone:                     +44 (0) 118 378 8523 (ext. 6798)

 

Fax:                               +44 (0) 118 378 6715

 

Address:                        School of Psychology (Room 218)

                                      University of Reading

                                      Harry Pitt Building

                                      Earley Gate

                                      Reading

                                      UK

                                      RG6 6AL

 

Qualifications:                 BSc (Hons) in Psychology
                                      MSc with distinction in Sport and Exercise Assessment
                                      PhD in Psychology

 

Research Areas:             Applied Psychology

                                      Driving behaviour

                                      Perceptual-motor skill acquisition

                                      Cognitive factors in performance

                                      Deception in sport

                                      Home-field advantage in sport

 

Publications:                   Poulter, D.R., and McKenna, F.P. (in press). Is speeding a “real” antisocial behavior? A comparison with other antisocial behaviors, Accident Analysis and Prevention.

 

Poulter, D.R., Jackson, R.C., Wann, J.P., and Berry , D.C. (2005). The effect of learning condition on perceptual anticipation, awareness, and visual search. Human Movement Science, 24, 345-361.

 

Poulter, D.R., Wann, J.P., Berry , D.C., and Jackson, R. (2005). The effect of learning condition on perceptual anticipation, awareness, and visual search. Journal of Sports Sciences, 23 (2), 168.

 

Wilkie, R. M., Poulter, D. R. & Wann, J. P. (2004). Where you look when you learn to steer. Journal of Vision, 4 (8), 1.

 

Wulf, G., Weigelt, M., Poulter, D.R., & McNevin, N. (2003). Attentional focus on supra-postural tasks affects balance learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 56A, 1191-1211.

 

Poulter, D.R., Wann, J.P., Berry , D.C., and Jackson, R. (in press). The influence of experience on consciousness during perceptual skill acquisition in football. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society.

 

Poulter, D.R., & Jackson, R. (2003). Anticipating soccer penalty kick direction: Does learning without instruction necessarily lead to explicit processes? Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 25, S108-109.

 

Wulf, G., Weigelt, M., Poulter, D.R., & McNevin, N. (2002). Attentional focus on supra-postural tasks and its effect on balance. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 24, S135.

 

In preparation

 

McKenna, F.P., and Poulter, D.R. (in prep). Enforced speed reduction measures and driver behaviour: Temporal and spatial effects.

 

McKenna, F.P., and Poulter, D.R. (in prep). Roadside feedback and driver behaviour: Temporal and spatial effects.

 

McKenna, F.P., and Poulter, D.R. (in prep). Close following: Cost or benefit of speed reduction devices?

 

 

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