Dr Dominic McNeil

Lecturer - Faculty of Medicine and Health; School of Psychology

Dominic McNeil

Phone: +61 2 6773 2410

Email: dmcneil@une.edu.au

Qualifications

B.AppSci (Human Mvt) – University of Ballarat; B.A. (Psych) (Honours) – University of Ballarat, PhD - University of Ballarat

Teaching Areas

EXSC 339 Skill Acquisition and Motor Control for Physical Activity
PSYC 308 Sport Psychology

Supervision Areas:

Sport and Exercise Psychology
Imagery
Motor Learning

Research Interests

Dominic McNeil's research interest area is in the processes involved in skill learning. The research domains used to explore this research are: Sport Psychology, Motor Cognition and Motor Learning.

Publications

Spittle, M., McNeil, D. G., & Mesagno, C. (2012). Distribution of Practice Trials in the Learning and Retention of an Applied Sport Skill. International Journal of Motor Learning and Sport Performance, 2, 42-49.

Kremer, P., Spittle, M., & McNeil, D. G. (2010). The effect of game situation information on video-based perceptual decision-making. Facta Universitatis, Series Physical Education and Sport, 8, 37-46.

Kremer, P., Spittle, M., McNeil, D. G., & Shinners, C. (2009). Amount of Mental Practice and Performance of a Simple Motor Task. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 109, 347-356.

McNeil, D. G., Spittle, M., & Mesagno, C. (2011). Training perceptual skills using imagery. Symposium Presentation at the Asian South Pacific Association of Sport Psychology – 6th Conference, Taipei, Tawain.

McNeil, D. G., Spittle, M., Evans, S., Morris, T., & Mesagno, C. (2010). Imagining Unpredictable Stimuli: Implications for the Applied Use of Imagery. Symposium Presentation at the International Congress of Applied Psychology – 27th World Congress, Melbourne, Australia.