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Dr David Broadbent is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Psychology in the Division of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences at Brunel University and is part of the LEAP Lab research team from the Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience

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

Ford, PR., Hodges, NJ., Broadbent, D., O’Connor, D., Scott, D., Datson, N., et al. (2020) 'The developmental and professional activities of female international soccer players from five high-performing nations'. Journal of Sports Sciences, 38 (11-12). pp. 1 - 9. ISSN: 0264-0414 Open Access Link

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Gredin, NV., Broadbent, D., Findon, JL., Williams, AM. and Bishop, D. (2020) 'The Impact of Task Load on the Integration of Explicit Contextual Priors and Visual Information during Anticipation'. Psychophysiology, 57 (6). pp. e13578. ISSN: 0048-5772 Open Access Link

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Gredin, NV., Broadbent, DP., Williams, AM. and Bishop, DT. (2019) 'Judgement utility modulates the use of explicit contextual priors and visual information during anticipation'. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 45. pp. 101578 - 101578. ISSN: 1469-0292 Open Access Link

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Alder, DB., Broadbent, DP., Stead, J. and Poolton, J. (2019) 'The impact of physiological load on anticipation skills in badminton: From testing to training'. Journal of Sports Sciences, 37 (16). pp. 1 - 9. ISSN: 0264-0414 Open Access Link

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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, 40. pp. S79 - S79. ISSN: 1464-0600 Open Access Link

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