Arne Nieuwenhuys
Arne Nieuwenhuys
Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology, The University of Auckland
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Anxiety and perceptual-motor performance: toward an integrated model of concepts, mechanisms, and processes
A Nieuwenhuys, RRD Oudejans
Psychological research 76, 747-759, 2012
Training with anxiety: short-and long-term effects on police officers’ shooting behavior under pressure
A Nieuwenhuys, RRD Oudejans
Cognitive processing 12, 277-288, 2011
Effects of anxiety on handgun shooting behavior of police officers: a pilot study
A Nieuwenhuys, RRD Oudejans
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 23 (2), 225-233, 2010
The influence of anxiety on visual attention in climbing
A Nieuwenhuys, JR Pijpers, RRD Oudejans, FC Bakker
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 30 (2), 171-185, 2008
Shoot or don't shoot? Why police officers are more inclined to shoot when they are anxious.
A Nieuwenhuys, GJP Savelsbergh, RRD Oudejans
Emotion 12 (4), 827, 2012
Self‐reported sleep quantity, quality and sleep hygiene in elite athletes
M Knufinke, A Nieuwenhuys, SAE Geurts, AML Coenen, MAJ Kompier
Journal of sleep research 27 (1), 78-85, 2018
Anxiety and performance: Perceptual-motor behavior in high-pressure contexts
A Nieuwenhuys, RRD Oudejans
Current opinion in psychology 16, 28-33, 2017
Dutch police officers' preparation and performance of their arrest and self-defence skills: A questionnaire study
PG Renden, A Nieuwenhuys, GJP Savelsbergh, RRD Oudejans
Applied Ergonomics 49, 8-17, 2015
Decision-related action orientation predicts police officers' shooting performance under pressure
A Landman, A Nieuwenhuys, RRD Oudejans
Anxiety, stress, & coping 29 (5), 570-579, 2016
Quantifying police officers' arrest and self-defence skills: does performance decrease under pressure?
A Nieuwenhuys, SR Caljouw, MR Leijsen, BAJ Schmeits, RRD Oudejans
Ergonomics 52 (12), 1460-1468, 2009
Persistence of threat-induced errors in police officers' shooting decisions
A Nieuwenhuys, GJP Savelsbergh, RRD Oudejans
Applied ergonomics 48, 263-272, 2015
Effects of threat on police officers' shooting behavior: anxiety, action specificity, and affective influences on perception
A Nieuwenhuys, R Caņal‐Bruland, RRD Oudejans
Applied Cognitive Psychology 26 (4), 608-615, 2012
Effects of coping-related traits and psychophysiological stress responses on police recruits’ shooting behavior in reality-based scenarios
L Giessing, MO Frenkel, C Zinner, J Rummel, A Nieuwenhuys, C Kasperk, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1523, 2019
Performance-related experiences and coping during races: A case of an elite sailor
A Nieuwenhuys, YL Hanin, FC Bakker
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 9 (1), 61-76, 2008
Train hard, sleep well? Perceived training load, sleep quantity and sleep stage distribution in elite level athletes
M Knufinke, A Nieuwenhuys, SAE Geurts, EIS Møst, K Maase, MH Moen, ...
Journal of science and medicine in sport 21 (4), 427-432, 2018
Meta experiences and coping effectiveness in sport
A Nieuwenhuys, L Vos, S Pijpstra, FC Bakker
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 12 (2), 135-143, 2011
Perceiving and moving in sports and other high-pressure contexts
RRD Oudejans, A Nieuwenhuys
Progress in Brain Research 174, 35-48, 2009
Advancing police use of force research and practice: urgent issues and prospects
C Bennell, G Alpert, JP Andersen, J Arpaia, JM Huhta, KB Kahn, ...
Legal and Criminological Psychology 26 (2), 121-144, 2021
The impact of personality traits and professional experience on police officers’ shooting performance under pressure
A Landman, A Nieuwenhuys, RRD Oudejans
Ergonomics 59 (7), 950-961, 2016
Motivation counteracts fatigue-induced performance decrements in soccer passing performance
JCM Barte, A Nieuwenhuys, SAE Geurts, MAJ Kompier
Journal of sports sciences 37 (10), 1189-1196, 2019
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