Team action imagery and team cognition: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players' representations of team-level tactics

Frank C, Linstromberg G-L, Hennig L, Heinen T, Schack T (2018)
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 40(1): 20-30.

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Frank C, Linstromberg G-L, Hennig L, Heinen T, Schack T. Team action imagery and team cognition: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players' representations of team-level tactics. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 2018;40(1):20-30.
Frank, C., Linstromberg, G. - L., Hennig, L., Heinen, T., & Schack, T. (2018). Team action imagery and team cognition: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players' representations of team-level tactics. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 40(1), 20-30. doi:10.1123/jsep.2017-0088
Frank, C., Linstromberg, G. - L., Hennig, L., Heinen, T., and Schack, T. (2018). Team action imagery and team cognition: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players' representations of team-level tactics. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 40, 20-30.
Frank, C., et al., 2018. Team action imagery and team cognition: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players' representations of team-level tactics. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 40(1), p 20-30.
C. Frank, et al., “Team action imagery and team cognition: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players' representations of team-level tactics”, Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, vol. 40, 2018, pp. 20-30.
Frank, C., Linstromberg, G.-L., Hennig, L., Heinen, T., Schack, T.: Team action imagery and team cognition: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players' representations of team-level tactics. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 40, 20-30 (2018).
Frank, Cornelia, Linstromberg, Gian-Luca, Hennig, L, Heinen, Thomas, and Schack, Thomas. “Team action imagery and team cognition: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players' representations of team-level tactics”. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 40.1 (2018): 20-30.
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