Publications

Applied Health Sciences - Kinesiology




Publications

·         McRae, M., Patterson, J.T., & Hansen, S. (2015). Examining the preferred self-controlled KR schedules of learners and peers during motor skill learning. Journal of Motor Behavior, 47, 527-534.

·         Weaver, TB., Adkin, A.L., Patterson, J.T.,& Tokuno, C. (2014). The influence of instructions on arm reactions  in individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Human Movement Science, 37, 101-110.

·         McGuire, J., Green, L., Calder, K., Patterson, J., & Gabriel, D.A. (2014). The effects of massed versus distributed contractions on the variability of maximal isometric force. Experimental Brain Research, published online April 2nd, 2014.

·         Sanli, E., & Patterson, J. (2013). Learning effects of self-controlled practice scheduling for children and adults: Are the advantages different? Perceptual and Motor Skills, 116, 1-9.

·         Patterson, J.T., Carter, M., Hansen, S. (2013). Self-controlled KR schedules: Does repetition order matter? Human Movement Science. 32, 567-579.

·         Sanli, E.A., Patterson, J.T., Bray, S.R., Lee, T.D. (2013). Understanding self-controlled motor learning protocols through self-determination theory. Frontiers in Psychology: Movement Science and Sport Psychology, 3, 1-17.

·         Cote, P., Kimmerle, M., & Patterson J. (2013). Learning and transfer of dance sequences by novice and experienced dancers. Asian Journal of Exercise & Sports Science, 10, 98-106.

 

Carter, M., & Patterson, J.T. (2012). Self-Controlled Knowledge of Results: Age-Related Differences in Motor Learning, Strategies, and Error Detection. Human Movement Science, 31, 1459-1472.

Patterson, J.T., & Azizieh, J. (2012). Knowing the good from the bad: does being aware of KR content matter? Human Movement Science, 31, 1449-1458.

 

Patterson, J.T., & Carter, M., & Sanli, E. (2011). Decreasing the proportion of self-control trials during the acquisition period does not compromise the learning advanatges in a self-controlled context. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 62, 624-633.

Hansen, S., Pfeiffer, J., & Patterson, J.T. (2011). Accouting for the absolute amount of KR using a yoked group with self-control. Journal of Motor Behavior, 43, 113-119.

Patterson, J.T., & Carter, M. (2010). Learner regulated knowledge of results during the acquisition of multiple timing goals. Human Movement Science, 29, 214-227.

Patterson, J.T., & Lee, T. (2010). Self-regulation of augmented information. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, 33-40.

Patterson, J., & Lee, T.D. (2008). Organizing Practice: The interaction of repetition and cognitive effort for skilled performance. In D. Farrow. J. Baker & C. MacMahon (Eds.), Developing elite sports performers: Lessons from theory and practice (pp.119-134). New York: Routledge.

Patterson, J., & Lee, T.D. (2008).On the timing of augmented information in learning a computer alphabet. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, 42-50.

Patterson, J.T., & Lee, T.D. (2005). Learning a new human-computer alphabet: The role of similarity and practice. Acta Psychologica, 120, 267-287.

Lyons, L., Patterson, J., Lee, T.D. O’Brien, M. (2004). The influences of gender on usability issues associated with personal data assistants. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists.

Patterson, J.T., & Wessel, J. (2002). Strategies for retraining functional movement in persons with Alzheimer disease: A review. Physiotherapy Canada, 54(4), 274-282. 

 

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Jae Patterson

Associate Professor
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