Tino Stöckel
Tino Stöckel
Sport & Exercise Psychology, University of Rostock
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Representation of grasp postures and anticipatory motor planning in children
T Stöckel, CML Hughes, T Schack
Psychological research 76 (6), 768-776, 2012
Brain lateralisation and motor learning: Selective effects of dominant and non-dominant hand practice on the early acquisition of throwing skills
T Stöckel, M Weigelt
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 17 (1), 18-37, 2012
The relation between measures of cognitive and motor functioning in 5-to 6-year-old children
T Stöckel, CML Hughes
Psychological Research 80 (4), 543-554, 2016
The mental representation of the human gait in young and older adults
T Stöckel, R Jacksteit, M Behrens, R Skripitz, R Bader, A Mau-Moeller
Frontiers in psychology 6, 943, 2015
Acquisition of a complex basketball-dribbling task in school children as a function of bilateral practice order
T Stöckel, M Weigelt, J Krug
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 82 (2), 188-197, 2011
Plasticity of human handedness: Decreased one-hand bias and inter-manual performance asymmetry in expert basketball players
T Stöckel, M Weigelt
Journal of Sports Sciences 30 (10), 1037-1045, 2012
Studien zu körperlichem Training bei onkologischen Patienten: Empfehlungen zu den Erhebungsmethoden.
F Scharhag-Rosenberger, T Becker, F Streckmann, K Schmidt, A Berling, ...
German Journal of Sports Medicine/Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Sportmedizin 65 (11), 2014
Effects of multiple planning constraints on the development of grasp posture planning in 6-to 10-year-old children.
T Stöckel, CML Hughes
Developmental psychology 51 (9), 1254, 2015
Transfer of short-term motor learning across the lower limbs as a function of task conception and practice order
T Stöckel, J Wang
Brain and cognition 77 (2), 271-279, 2011
Age-related decline in anticipatory motor planning and its relation to cognitive and motor skill proficiency
T Stöckel, K Wunsch, CML Hughes
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 9, 283, 2017
The influence of visual contextual information on the emergence of the especial skill in basketball
T Stöckel, G Breslin
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (5), 536-541, 2013
Anticipatory motor planning in older adults
K Wunsch, M Weigelt, T Stöckel
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 72 (3), 373-382, 2017
Reihenfolgeeffekte für das Erlernen komplexer sportmotorischer Fertigkeiten auf beiden Körperseiten
T Stöckel, C Hartmann, M Weigelt
Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie 14 (3), 130-135, 2007
Hand preference patterns in expert basketball players: interrelations between basketball-specific and everyday life behavior
T Stöckel, C Vater
Human movement science 38, 143-151, 2014
Age-specific effects of mirror-muscle activity on cross-limb adaptations under mirror and non-mirror visual feedback conditions
P Reissig, T Stöckel, MI Garry, JJ Summers, MR Hinder
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 7, 222, 2015
Motor adaptation in complex sports–The influence of visual context information on the adaptation of the three-point shot to altered task demands in expert basketball players
T Stöckel, U Fries
Journal of sports sciences 31 (7), 750-758, 2013
Task-specific and variability-driven activation of cognitive control processes during motor performance
C Stuhr, CML Hughes, T Stöckel
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
Distinct modulation of interhemispheric inhibitory mechanisms during movement preparation reveals the influence of cognition on action control
MR Hinder, R Puri, S Kemp, S Waitzer, P Reissig, T Stöckel, H Fujiyama
cortex 99, 13-29, 2018
Motor learning and cross-limb transfer rely upon distinct neural adaptation processes
T Stöckel, TJ Carroll, JJ Summers, MR Hinder
Journal of Neurophysiology 116 (2), 575-586, 2016
Reversed effects of intermittent theta burst stimulation following motor training that vary as a function of training-induced changes in corticospinal excitability
T Stöckel, JJ Summers, MR Hinder
Neural plasticity 2015, 2015
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