Hier finden Sie unsere aktuellen Publikationen (2008-heute).

Limmeroth, J., Pauly, H., Schücker, L., Zenko, Z., & Hagemann, N. (2024). Maintain your mind, maintain your focus: Effects of focused attention and intensity in experienced runners. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 73, 102616.

Limmeroth, J., Jebram, L., Heussner, F., Hagemann, N., & Scheid, V. (2023). Das digitale Sportangebot „Get Up – Stand Up – Move Up“ während der Covid-19-Pandemie: eine Interviewstudie mit teilnehmenden Grundschulkindern. Forum Kinder- und Jugendsport.

Limmeroth, J. (2022). Automatic affective processes toward different types of exercise and physical activity in adults and children (Dissertation, Universität Kassel). Kobra Universität Kassel.

Limmeroth, J., Schücker, L. & Hagemann, N. (2022). Don’t stop focusing when it gets harder! The positive effects of focused attention on affective experience at high intensities, Journal of Sports Sciences,

Limmeroth, J., & Raboldt, M. (2022). "I Do What I Like": 8- to 10-Year-Old Children's Physical Activity Behavior Is Already Interrelated With Their Automatic Affective Processes. Journal of Sport & Exercise psychology, 44(2), 138–147.

Limmeroth, J., & Braun, C. (2022). “Some hate it, others love it”: Formation of automatic and reflective affective processes toward exercising in fitness centers and mountain biking. German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research, 52, 321–330.

Braun, C., Fischer, S., Qiu, X., Limmeroth, J., & Kibele, A. (2021). Last and fast? – A gender-specific analysis of effort gains in swimming relay events across Olympic Games and World Championships during the past 20 years, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 55(6973):101949.

Limmeroth, J., Hagemann, N., Heussner, F. & Scheid, V. (2021). Gelingensbedingungen eines digitalen Sportangebots. Forum Kinder- und Jugendsport, 2, 59-65.

Hagemann, N. & Loffing, F. (2020). Expertise. In J. Munzert, M. Raab & B. Strauß (Hrsg.), Sportpsychologie: Ein Lehrbuch (S. 131-150). Stuttgart: Kohlhammer. 

Limmeroth, J. & Hagemann, N. (2020). To Run or Not to Run? Automatic Evaluations and Reflective Attitudes Toward Exercise. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 1–10. Advance online publication.<wbr></wbr>2019-0284

Loffing, F. & Hagemann, N. (2020). Motor competence is not enough: Handedness does not facilitate visual anticipation of same-handed action outcome.Cortex, 130, 94-99. doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2020.05.008

Hill, A., Schücker, L., Hagemann, N. & Strauß, B. (2020). The influence of mindfulness training on running economy and perceived flow under different attentional focus conditions - an intervention study. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology.

Diederich, M., Loffing, F. & Hagemann, N. (2019). Kognition und kognitives Training im Sport. In A. Güllich & M. Krüger (Hrsg.), Sport in Kultur und Gesellschaft: Handbuch Sport und Sportwissenschaft (S. 1-19). Berlin: Springer. 

Hill, A., Schücker, L., Hagemann, N., Babel, S. A., MacMahon, C., & Strauß, B. (2019). Attentional focusing in running: Implicit focus manipulations reflect the effects for explicit instructions. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 1-12. doi:10.1080/1612197X.2019.<wbr></wbr>1674898

Mentzel, S. V., Schücker, L., Hagemann, N. & Strauß, B. (2019). Perceiving speed—The color can matter. Color Research & Application, 44(6), 957-966. doi:10.1002/col.22429

Loffing, F., Büsch, D., Schorer, J. & Hagemann, N. (2018). Linkshänder im Sport - Ein empirischer Zwischenstand, vorläufige Handlungsempfehlungen und Erkenntnislücken. Leistungssport, 48(6), 31-36.

Loffing, F., Hagemann, N., Schorer, J. & Büsch, D. (2018). Vorteil Linkshänder? Fakten statt Mythen - eine wissenschaftliche Bestandsaufnahme zur Trefferquote linkshändiger Spieler. Handballtraining, 40(2), 36-37.

Hill, A., Schücker, L., Hagemann, N., & Strauß, B. (2017). Further evidence for an external focus of attention in running: Looking at specific focus instructions and individual differences. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 39, 352-365. doi: 10.1123/jsep.2016-0272

Loffing, F., Neugebauer, J., Hagemann, N. & Schorer, J. (2017). Eye-Tracking im Spitzensport - Validität, Grenzen und Möglichkeiten. Hellenthal: Sportverlag Strauß. 

Loffing, F., Nickel, S., & Hagemann, N. (2017). Directionality in aesthetic judgments and performance evaluation: Sport judges and laypeople compared. Frontiers in Psychology, 8. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02109

Mentzel, S. V., Schücker, L., Hagemann, N., & Strauss, B. (2017). Emotionality of colors: An implicit link between red and dominance. Frontiers in Psychology, 8. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00317

Loffing, F., Hagemann, N., & Farrow, D. (2017). Perceptual-cognitive training: The next piece of the puzzle. In J. Baker, S. Cobley, J. Schorer, & N. Wattie (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Talent Identification and Development in Sport (pp. 207-220). London: Routledge.

Schücker, L., Schmeing, L. & Hagemann, N. (2016). "Look Around While Running!" Attentional Focus Effects in Inexperienced Runners. Psychology of Sport and Exercise.

Loffing, F., Sölter, F., Hagemann, N. & Strauss, B. (2016). On-court position and handedness in visual anticipation of stroke direction in tennis. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 27, 195-204.

Loffing, F. (2016). Commentary: “How much is that player in the window? The one with the early birthday?” Relative age influences the value of the best soccer players, but not the best businesspeople. Frontiers in Psychology, 7.

Loffing, F., Hagemann, N., Strauss, B. & MacMahon, C. (2016). Laterality in sports. San Diego: Academic Press.

Loffing, F. & Hagemann, N. (2016). Performance differences between left- and right-sided athletes in one-on-one interactive sports. In F. Loffing, N. Hagemann, B. Strauss & C. MacMahon (Eds.), Laterality in sports (pp. 249-277). San Diego: Academic Press.

Loffing, F., Hagemann, N., Strauss, B. & MacMahon, C. (2016). Laterality in sports: More than two sides of the same coin. In F. Loffing, N. Hagemann, B. Strauss & C. MacMahon (Eds.), Laterality in sports (pp. 1-7). San Diego: Academic Press.

Loffing, F., Sölter, F., Hagemann, N. & Strauss, B. (2015). Accuracy of outcome anticipation, but not gaze behavior, differs against left- and right-handed penalties in team-handball goalkeeping. Frontiers in Psychology, 6.

Loffing, F., Stern, R. & Hagemann, N. (2015). Pattern-induced expectation bias in visual anticipation of action outcomes. Acta Psychologica, 161, 45-53.

Loffing, F., Hagemann, N., Schorer, J., & Baker, J. (2015). Skilled players' and novices' difficulty anticipating left- vs. right-handed opponents' action intentions varies across different points in time. Human Movement Science, 40, 410-421.

Schorer, J., Cobley, S., Bräutigam, H., Loffing, F., Hütter, S., Büsch, D., Wattie, N., Helsen, W. & Baker, J. (2015). Developmental contexts, depth of competition and relative age effects in sport: A database analysis and a quasi-experiment. Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling, 57, 126-143.

Schücker, L., Jedamski, J., Hagemann, N., & Vater, H. (2015). Don’t think about your movements – Effects of attentional instructions on rowing performance. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 10, 829-839.

Schorer, J., Loffing, F., Rienhoff, R. & Hagemann, N. (2015). Efficacy of training interventions for acquiring perceptual cognitive skill. In J. Baker & D. Farrow (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Sport Expertise (pp. 430-438). London: Routledge.

Loffing, F. & Hagemann, N. (2015). Pushing through evolution? Incidence and fight records of left-oriented fighters in professional boxing history. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 20, 270-286.

 Hagemann, N., Loffing, F., Albert, A., Fischer, S., Heyer, T. & Sölter, F. (Hrsg.). (2014). Sport.Spiel.Trends: interdisziplinär, innovativ, international. Hamburg: Czwalina.

MacMahon, C., Schücker, L., Hagemann N. & Strauss, B. (2014). Cognitive Fatigue Effects on Physical Performance During Running. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 36, 375-381.

Loffing, F., Sölter, F. & Hagemann, N. (2014). Left preference for sport tasks does not necessarily indicate left-handedness: Sport-specific lateral preferences, relationship with handedness and implications for laterality research in behavioural sciences. PLoS ONE, 9, e105800.

Schücker, L., Knopf, C., Strauss, B. & Hagemann, N. (2014). An internal focus of attention is not always as bad as its reputation: How specific aspects of internally focused attention do not hinder running efficiency. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 36, 233-243.

Schücker, L., Heil, O., Brand, R. & Hagemann, N. (2014). Attentional focus strategies of triathletes during the Ironman World Championships.Journal of Sport Behavior, 37, 306.

Loffing, F. & Hagemann, N. (2014). Zum Einfluss des Anlaufwinkels und der Füßigkeit des Schützen auf die Antizipation von Elfmeterschüssen [On the effect of a shooter’s approach angle and kicking foot on the anticipation of penalty-kicks]. Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie, 21, 63-73.

Loffing, F. & Hagemann, N. (2014). Skill differences in visual anticipation of type of throw in team-handball penalties. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 15, 260-267.

Loffing, F. & Hagemann, N. (2014). On-court position influences skilled tennis players’ anticipation of shot outcome. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 36, 14-26.

Loffing, F., Cañal-Bruland, R. & Hagemann, N. (2014). Antizipationstraining im Sport. In K. Zentgraf & J. Munzert (Hrsg.), Kognitives Training im Sport (S. 137-160). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Memmert, D., Hüttermann, S., Hagemann, N., Loffing, F. & Strauss, B. (2013). Dueling in the penalty box: evidence-based recommendations on how shooters and goalkeepers can win penalty shootouts in soccer. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 6, 209-229.

Schücker, L., Anheier, W., Strauß, B., Hagemann, N. & Völker, K. (2013). On the optimal focus of attention for efficient running at high intensity. Sport, Exercise, & Performance Psychology, 2, 207-219.

Hagemann, N. & Loffing, F. (2013). Antizipation. In A. Güllich & M. Krüger (Hrsg.), Sport. Das Lehrbuch für das Sportstudium (S. 562-564). Berlin: Springer.

Dreiskämper, D., Strauss, B., Hagemann, N., & Büsch, D. (2013). Influence of red jersey color on physical parameters in combat sports. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 35, 44-49.

Büsch, D. & Hagemann, N. (2013). Hände weg von der Maus - Leistungsasymmetrien von Linkshändern in Abhängigkeit manueller Erfahrungen. Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie, 20, 65-71.

Loffing, F. (2012). „Höher, schneller, weiter?“ Ein kritischer Blick auf den Impact Factor als Beurteilungsmaß in der Wissenschaft. Ze-phir, 19(2), 11-17.

Loffing, F. (2012) (Hrsg.). Publizieren. Ze-phir, 19(2).

Loffing, F., Hagemann, N. & Strauß, B. (2012). Left-handedness in professional and amateur tennis. PLoS ONE, 7, e49325.

Hofmann, J., Jekauc, D. & Loffing, F. (2012). Kumulativ promovieren in der Sportwissenschaft. Ze-phir, 19(1), 3-8.

Loffing, F., Hofmann, J. & Jekauc, D. (2012) (Hrsg.). Summa Kum Laude - Kumulativ promovieren in der Sportwissenschaft!? Ze-phir, 19(1).

Abernethy, B., Schorer, J., Jackson, R. C. & Hagemann, N. (2012). Perceptual training methods compared: the relative efficacy of different approaches to enhancing sport-specific anticipation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 18, 143-153.

Loffing, F. (2012). Hand dominance in tennis: Why left-handed performers may have an edge over their competitors. Journal of Medicine and Science in Tennis, 17, 50-54.

Loffing, F. & Hagemann, N. (2012). Side bias in human performance: a review on the left-handers’ advantage in sports. In T. Dutta, M. Mandal & S. Kumar (Eds.), Bias in Human Behaviour (pp. 163-182). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science.

Loffing, F., Schorer, J., Hagemann, N., & Baker, J. (2012). On the advantage of being left-handed in volleyball: further evidence of the specificity of skilled visual perception. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 74, 446-453.

Schorer, J., Loffing, F., Hagemann, N., & Baker, J. (2012). Human handedness in interactive situations: Negative perceptual frequency effects can be reversed! Journal of Sports Sciences, 30, 507-513.

Loffing, F., Wilkes, T., & Hagemann, N. (2011). Skill level and graphical detail shape perceptual judgments in tennis. Perception, 40, 1447-1456.

Cañal-Bruland, R., Lotz, S., Hagemann, N., Schorer, J., & Strauss, B. (2011). Visual span and change detection in soccer: An expertise study. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 23, 302-310.

Heuer, A., Müller, C., Rubner, O., Hagemann, N., & Strauss, B. (2011). Usefulness of dismissing and changing the coach in professional soccer. PLoS ONE, 6, e17664.

Brand, R., Melzer, M., & Hagemann, N. (2011). Towards an implicit association test (IAT) for measuring doping attitudes in sports. Data-based recommendations developed from two recently published tests. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 12, 250-256.

Schücker, L., Hagemann, N. & Ebbing, L. (2011). Learning with analogies: Implications on performance and attentional processes under pressure. Human Movement, 11, 191-199.

Hagemann, N., Schorer, J., Cañal-Bruland, R., Lotz, S. & Strauß, B. (2010). Visual information pickup in fencing: An analysis combining eye movements, the occlusion paradigm, and cueing. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 72, 2204-2214.  

Büsch, D., Hagemann, N. & Bender, N. (2010). The dimensionality of the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory: An analysis with item response models. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 15, 610-628. 

Loffing, F., Hagemann, N. & Strauß, B. (2010). Automated processes in tennis: Do left-handed players benefit from tactical preferences in their opponents? Journal of Sports Sciences, 28, 435-443.

Loffing, F., Schorer, J. & Cobley, S. (2010). Relative age effects are a developmental problem in tennis: But not necessarily when you're left-handed! High Ability Studies, 21, 19-25.
Schücker, L., Hagemann, N. & Strauss, B. (2010). Ausrichtung der Aufmerksamkeit in Ausdauersportarten. Leistungssport, 40, 48-52.
Tietjens, M., Hagemann, N. & Stracke, S. (2010). Zum Einfluss von mono- und koedukativem Unterricht im Sportunterricht auf das spontane geschlechtsspezifische Selbstwissen. Zeitschrift für Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie, 42, 123-132.

Büsch, D., Hagemann, N. & Bender, N. (2009). Das Lateral Preference Inventory: Itemhomogenität der deutschen Version. Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie, 16, 17-28.
Loffing, F., Hagemann, N. & Strauß, B. (2009). The serve in professional men's tennis: Effects of players' handedness. International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport, 9, 255-274.
Hagemann, N. (2009). The advantage of being left-handed in interactive sports. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 71, 1641-1648.
Huys, R., Cañal-Bruland, R., Hagemann, N., Beek, P. J., Smeeton, N. & Williams, A. M. (2009). Global information pickup underpins anticipation of tennis shot direction. Journal of Motor Behavior, 41, 158-170.
Memmert, D., Hagemann, N., Althoetmar, R., Geppert, S. & Seiler, D. (2009). Conditions of practice in perceptual skill learning. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 80, 32-43
Schücker, L., Hagemann, N. Strauß, B. & Völker, K. (2009). The effect of attentional focus on running economy. Journal of Sports Sciences, 27, 1241-1248.
Strauß, B., Hagemann, N. & Loffing, F. (2009). Die Drei-Punkte Regel in der deutschen 1. Fußballbundesliga und der Anteil unentschiedener Spiele. Sportwissenschaft, 39, 16-22.
Strauß, B., Hagemann, N. & Loffing, F. (2009). Das Nullritual und die Beurteilung von Effekten: ?Die Erde ist rund (p<?)?. Sportwissenschaft, 39, 350-356.
Williams, A. M., Huys, R., Cañal-Bruland, R. & Hagemann, N. (2009). The dynamical information underpinning anticipation skill. Human Movement Science, 28, 362-370.

Hagemann, N., Strauß, B. & Leißing, J. (2008). When the referee sees red? Psychological Science, 19, 769-771.
Hagemann, N., Lotz, S. & Cañal-Bruland, R. (2008). Wahrnehmungs-Handlungs-Kopplung beim taktischen Entscheidungstraining - eine exploratorische Studie. E-Journal Bewegung und Training, 2, 17-27.
Hagemann, N., Strauß, B. & Büsch, D. (2008). The complex problem-solving competence of team coaches. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 9, 301-317.