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N. J. Hodges, Hayes, S. J., Eaves, D., Horn, R., and Williams, A. M., End-point trajectory matching as a method for teaching kicking skills, International Journal of Sport Psychology, vol. 37, no. 2/3, pp. 230-247, 2006.
N. J. Hodges and Lee, T. D., The role of augmented information prior to learning a bimanual visual-motor coordination task: Do instructions of the movement pattern facilitate learning relative to discovery learning?, British Journal of Psychology, vol. 90, no. 3, pp. 389 - 403, 1999.
N. J. Hodges, Williams, A. M., Hayes, S. J., and Breslin, G., What is modelled during observational learning?, Journal of Sports Sciences, vol. 25, no. 5, pp. 531 - 545, 2007.
N. J. Hodges and Franks, I. M., The nature of feedback, in Notational analysis of sport: Systems for better coaching and performance in sport, 2ndnd ed., M. Hughes and Franks, I. M., Eds. London: Routledge (Taylor and Francis group), 2004, pp. 17-39.
N. J. Hodges, Ong, N. T., Larssen, B. C., and Lim, S. B., What Observation of Motor Skills Does and Does Not Teach Us, in BIO Web of Conferences, 2011, vol. 1, p. 00034.
N. J. Hodges and Weeks, D. J., Movement science and drumming: Practice and learning, International Pipe Band Drummer, vol. 3, pp. 15-17, 1995.
R. Horn, Williams, A. M., Scott, M. A., and Hodges, N. J., Visual search and coordination changes in response to video and point-light demonstrations in the absence of intrinsic knowledge of results, JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR, vol. 37, pp. 265 - 274, 2005.
R. Horn, Williams, A. M., Hayes, S. J., Hodges, N. J., and Scott, M. A., Demonstration as a rate enhancer to changes in coordination during early skill acquisition, Journal of Sports Sciences, vol. 25, no. 5, pp. 599 - 614, 2007.
R. Huys, Smeeton, N. J., Hodges, N. J., Beek, P. J., and Williams, A. M., On the dynamic information underlying visual anticipation skill, Perception & Psychophysics, vol. 70, no. 7, pp. 1217 - 1234, 2008.
A. Karlinsky, Lohse, K., and Hodges, N. J., The nature of the cognitive advantage: A quarter of a century later, International Journal of Sport Psychology, vol. 46, no. 6, 2015.
A. Karlinsky and Hodges, N. J., Evaluating the Effectiveness of Peer-Scheduled Practice on Motor Learning, Journal of Motor Learning and Development, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 63-68, 2014.
A. Karlinsky and Hodges, N. J., Turn-Taking and Concurrent Dyad Practice Aid Efficiency but not Effectiveness of Motor Learning in a Balance-Related Task, Journal of Motor Learning and Development, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 35-52, 2018.
A. Karlinsky and Hodges, N. J., Dyad Practice Impacts Self-Directed Practice Behaviors and Motor Learning Outcomes in a Contextual Interference Paradigm, Journal of Motor Behavior, vol. 50, no. 5, pp. 579-589, 2018.
A. Karlinsky and Hodges, N. J., Manipulations to practice organization of golf putting skills through interleaved matched or mismatched practice with a partner, Human Movement Science, vol. 66, pp. 231 - 240, 2019.
A. Karlinsky, Alexander, B., and Hodges, N., “You're wrong, I'll switch, I'm wrong, I'll stay”: How task-switching strategies are modulated by a partner in a multi-task learning protocol, Acta Psychologica, vol. 222, p. 103475, 2022.
A. Karlinsky, Welsh, T. N., and Hodges, N. J., Learning together: Observation and other mechanisms which mediate shared practice contexts, in Skill Acquisition in Sport: Research, Theory and Practice, 3rdrd ed., London: Routledge (Taylor Francis), 2019.
A. Karlinsky, Lam, M. Y., Chua, R., and Hodges, N. J., Whose turn is it anyway? The moderating role of response-execution certainty on the joint Simon effect, Psychological Research, 2017.
A. Karlinsky, Zentgraf, K., and Hodges, N. J., Action-skilled observation: Issues for the study of sport expertise and the brain, Progress in Brain Research, 2017.
S. N. Kraeutner and Hodges, N. J., What we imagine learning from watching others: how motor imagery modulates competency perceptions resulting from the repeated observation of a juggling action, Psychological Research, 2023.