Harvey Roy Anderson

Harvey Roy Anderson
Sheffield Hallam University | SHU · Academy of sport & physical activity

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Harvey Roy Anderson currently works at the Academy of Sport & Physical Activity, Sheffield Hallam University. Harvey does research in Coach Education, Sport Psychology and Rehabilitation Medicine. His current project is '"Experts Experiential Model of the Fast Bowling Technique in Cricket".'
Additional affiliations
November 2012 - September 2015
Sheffield Hallam University
Position
  • Lecturer
October 2000 - June 2012
Leeds Beckett University
Position
  • Lecturer

Publications

Publications (12)
Conference Paper
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Twenty expert coaches were interviewed exploring their conceptions of the fastbowling technique and how they coached it. Coaches noted highly individualised techniques, that altered at varying times, due to game structure and tactical imperatives, which often required technical intervention. Previous have failed to identify these changes; however,...
Presentation
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bETKfZ-rbRI
Research
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2016 AIESEP International Conference, June 8-11, 2016. University of Laramie, Wyoming, USA

Questions

Questions (2)
Question
Does anyone know of any studies demonstarting a relationship between foot pronation and muscular activity in the extensor chain?
I'm particularly interested in the effect of pronation (or not) on gluteal activation in simple tasks.
can anyone help please?
Question
I'm trying to see if there are 3 dimensional models of foot biomechanics in relation to the 33 joints of the foot; I can't seem to find anything with more detail than rear- and fore-foot analysis, and then none of which discusses the impact of these mechanics with the rest of the body.
Help?

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Projects

Projects (3)
Archived project
To understand the researchers thought to make recommendations for Universities
Project
1. Philosophical constructions 2. Research collaborations 3. A way out to our research 4. Partners connections
Project
Investigating if expert coaches have a technical model of fast bowling that they work with in their coaching practice; and if so what it looks like.