Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw

Wright D, Wood G, Eaves D, Bruton A, Frank C, Franklin Z (2018)
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 39: 114-121.

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Wright D, Wood G, Eaves D, Bruton A, Frank C, Franklin Z. Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 2018;39:114-121.
Wright, D., Wood, G., Eaves, D., Bruton, A., Frank, C., & Franklin, Z. (2018). Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 39, 114-121. doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2018.08.006
Wright, D., Wood, G., Eaves, D., Bruton, A., Frank, C., and Franklin, Z. (2018). Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 39, 114-121.
Wright, D., et al., 2018. Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 39, p 114-121.
D. Wright, et al., “Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw”, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, vol. 39, 2018, pp. 114-121.
Wright, D., Wood, G., Eaves, D., Bruton, A., Frank, C., Franklin, Z.: Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 39, 114-121 (2018).
Wright, David, Wood, Greg, Eaves, Daniel, Bruton, Adam, Frank, Cornelia, and Franklin, Zoe. “Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw”. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 39 (2018): 114-121.