Dr. Robert Horn

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Exercise Science and Physical Education

Dr. Robert Horn

Office: University Hall 4107
Phone: (973) 655-6832
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Degrees

  • PhD John Moores University (England)
  • MS University of West Chester
  • BS University of Liverpool (England)

 

Career Appointments 

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Publications

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Resume/CV

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Peer Reviewed Publications and Book Chapters

Horn, R.R., Williams, A.M., Hodges, N.J., Hayes, S.J. & Scott, M.A. (2007). Demonstration as a rate scaler: the facilitative role of demonstration in early skill acquisition.  Journal of Sports  Sciences, 25, 599-614.

Hayes, S.J., Hodges, N.J., Scott, M.A., Horn, R.R., and Williams, A.M. (2007). The efficacy of point light demonstrations in teaching children an unfamiliar movement: effects of perceptual training and task constraints. Journal  of Sports  Sciences, 25, 559-575. 

Hodges, N.J., Hayes, S.J., Eaves, D., Horn, R.R. & Williams, A.M. (2006). End-point trajectory matching as a method for teaching kicking skills. International Journal  of Sport Psychology, 37, 230-247. 

Hayes, S., Hodges, N.J., Scott, M.A., Horn, R.R. & Williams, A.M. (2006). Scaling a motor skill through observation and practice.  Journal of Motor  Behavior, 38, 357-366. 

Hodges, N.J., Hayes, S.J., Eaves, D., Horn, R.R., & Williams, M.A. (2006). The effectiveness of ball trajectory and- point templates in the acquisition of soccer skill. International Journal  of Sports Psychology, 37. 

Hayes, S.J., Horn, R.R., & Hodges, N.J., Scott, M.A., & Williams, A.M. (2005). The relative effects of demonstrations and outcome information in the teaching of novel motor skills. In T. Reilly, J. Cabri, & D. Araujo (Eds.) Science & Football V (pp. 622-625). London: Taylor & Francis. 

Hodges, N.J., Hayes, S.J, Horn, R.R., & Williams, A.M. (2005). Changes in coordination,  control and outcome as a result of extended practice with the non-dominant foot on a soccer skill. Ergonomics, 48, 1672-1685. 

Horn, R.R., Williams, A.M., Scott, M.A. & Hodges, N.J. (2005). Visual search and coordination changes in response to video and point-light demonstrations without KR motion. Journal  of Motor  Behavior, 37, 265-275. 

Horn, R.R., Williams, A.M. (2004). Observational  learning: is it time we took another look? In A.M. Williams, N.J. Hodges (Eds.), Skill Acquisition in Sport: Research, Theory and Practice (pp 175-206). London: Routledge. 

Scott. M.A., Williams, A.M. & Horn, R.R. (2003). The coordination of kicking techniques in children. In  G. Savelsbergh, K. Davids, J. van der Kamp, & S. Bennett (Eds), Development  of Movement Coordination in Children: Applications in the Field of Ergonomics, Health Sciences and  Sport  (pp. 241-250). London: Routledge. 

Horn, R.R., Williams, A.M. & Scott, M.A. (2002). Learning from demonstrations: the role of visual search during observational learning from video and point-light models. Journal   of Sports  Sciences 20, 253-269. 

Williams, A.M., Horn, R.R. & Hodges, N. J. (2002). Skill acquisition. In T. Reilly and A.M. Williams (Eds.), Science and  Soccer (2nd ed., pp. 198-213).  London: Routledge. 

Williams, J.G & Horn, R.R. (1995). Exercise intensity effects on peripheral perception of soccer player movement. International Journal  of Sports Vision, 2 (1), 117-129.

Papers Under Review

Horn, R.R., Williams, A.M., Hodges, N.J., & Scott, M.A. The contribution of relative motion to the perception and replication of dynamics. Under revision and review at Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 

Horn, R.R., Hodges, N.J., Williams, A.M. & Hayes, .S.J. Kinematic specification of the =perception of relative motion differences: Toward bandwidths for the imitation of movement. Submitted. 

Horn, R.R., Williams, A.M. & Hayes, S.J. & Bush, K.A. Coaching motor skills to children aged 7-11 years through a developmental perspective: Planning instruction with constraints in mind. Submitted. 

Manuscripts In Preparation 

Horn, R.R. & Capparelli, S. Reducing negative demonstration-intrinsic  visual KR interaction effects through target scaling. To be submitted to the Journal  of Motor  Behavior. 

Professional Publications 

Milligan, I., Borrie, A. & Horn, R.R. (2007). Technical analysis of Futebol de Salao and mini football. Insight Live: The online F.A. Coaches Association Journal. 

Horn, R.R. & Williams, A.M. (2004). The Development of Football  Skills from Ages 7 to Adulthood: The Role of the Coach as a Mediator on the Path to Skilled Performance.  Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal. 7 (3), 51-55. 

Horn, R.R. & Williams, A.M. (2004). Development  of Football  Skills from Ages 4 to 7 years: Constraints,  Rate Limiters and the Role of the Coach. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal, 7 (2), 65-67. 

Horn, R.R. & Williams, A.M. (2003). Rate limiters on the development of skill in football. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal, 7 (1), 59-62. 

Williams, A., Williams, A.M. & Horn, R.R. (2003). The physical and technical demands of different playing positions.  Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 6 (2), 24-28. 

Horn, R.R. & Williams. A.M. (2002). A look ahead to World Cup 2002: what do the last 40 years tell us? Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 5 (2), 26-29. 

Horn, R.R. (2002). World-wide review of science and football research. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 5 (3), 20-21. 

Horn, R.R. (2002). World-wide review of science and football research. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 5 (2), 21-22. 

Horn, R.R. (2002). World-wide review of science and football research. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 5 (1), 21-22. 

Horn, R.R. (2001).World-wide review of science and football research: Report from the 10th World Congress of Sport Psychology. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 4 (4). 

Platt, D., Maxwell, A., Horn, R.R., Williams, A.M. & Reilly, T.P. (2001). Technical and physiological analysis of 3 v 3 and 5 v 5 football. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 4 (4), 20-21. 

Horn, R.R. (2001). World-wide review of science and football research. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 4 (3), 21-22.  

Horn, R.R. (2001). World-wide review of science and football research. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 4 (2), 23-24. 

Horn, R.R. (2001). World-wide review of science and football research. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal 4 (1), 31-32. 

Horn, R.R., Williams, A.M. & Grant, A. (2000). Analysis of France in World Cup 1998 and Euro 2000. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal, 4 (1), 40-43. 

Horn, R.R. & Williams, A.M. (2000). Introducing  Football Skills to Young Children. Insight: The F.A. Coaches Association Journal, 3 (3), 26-28.

 

Presentations

Invited Lectures And Presentations 

2008     Game intelligence. Seminar and clinic presentations at the New Jersey Youth Soccer Association Convention, January 2008.

2007     Unlocking the secrets of soccer using notational match analysis. How to improve team performance and  guide coaching. Presentation at the New Jersey Youth Soccer Association Annual Convention, Jan 2007.

2006     Unlocking the secrets of coordination using 3-D movement analysis. Presentation to the Athletic Trainers Society of New Jersey. My scholarship and research agenda. Presentation to the College of Education and Human Services. Improving children’s skill development  Critical information for lesson planning and modification. Presentation at the New Jersey AHPERD convention, 2006. Unlocking the secrets of soccer using notational match analysis. Presentation at the New Jersey Youth Soccer Association Annual Convention

2005     A picture paints a thousand words: Effective use of demonstration in teaching and coaching. Presentation to the Physical Educators of Millburn School District.

2001     Does Observation of a Skilled Model Facilitate the Learning of a Novel Motor Skill? An Investigation of Visual Search, Outcome and Process Measures in Observational Learning. Presentation to the graduate school of the Department of Kinesiology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

1995     Tau  Theory and Direct Perception in Time-to-contact: Research Evidence and Limitations. Lecture to undergraduates of the Department of Physical Education, University of West Chester.

 

Service

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Awards 

2004     Montclair State University Summer Grant Development Stipend ($4000).

 

Projects

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