Dr David Broadbent is a lecturer in Sport & Exercise Psychology and Research Methods. David joined Brunel University London in 2015 following the completion of his PhD at Liverpool John Moores University. The focus of David's PhD was on the effect of different practice conditions for the training of perceptual-cognitive skills in sport through the use of video simulations. Whilst completing his PhD David worked for three years part-time at Everton Football Club in the Recruitment and Scouting Department and then as a 1st Team Performance Analyst.
Newest selected publications
Broadbent, DP., Gredin, NV., Rye, JL., Williams, AM. and Bishop, DT. (2018) 'The impact of contextual priors and anxiety on performance effectiveness and processing efficiency in anticipation'. Cognition and Emotion. pp. 1 - 8. ISSN: 0269-9931 Open Access Link
Broadbent, D., Gredin, NV., Rye, JL., Williams, AM. and Bishop, DT. (2018) 'The Impact of Contextual Priors and Anxiety on Performance Effectiveness and Processing Efficiency in Anticipation'. Cognition and Emotion. ISSN: 1464-0600 Open Access Link
Broadbent, DP., Causer, J., Williams, AM. and Ford, PR. (2017) 'The role of error processing in the contextual interference effect during the training of perceptual-cognitive skills.'. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform, 43 (7). pp. 1329 - 1342. ISSN: 0096-1523 Open Access Link
Broadbent, DP., Ford, PR., O'Hara, DA., Williams, AM. and Causer, J. (2017) 'The effect of a sequential structure of practice for the training of perceptual-cognitive skills in tennis.'. PLoS One, 12 (3). pp. e0174311. ISSN: 1932-6203 Open Access Link
Broadbent, DP., Causer, J., Ford, PR. and Williams, AM. (2015) 'Contextual interference effect on perceptual-cognitive skills training.'. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 47 (6). pp. 1243 - 1250. ISSN: 0195-9131 Open Access Link