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Robert Kohl

Associate Professor

Office : Adair Hall 10
Phone : 757-221-1981
Email : [[rmkohl]]

Areas of Specialization
  • Motor learning
  • Motor control
Education
  • Ph.D., Texas A&M University
  • M.A., Western Kentucky University
  • B.A., Hastings College
Courses Taught
  • Motor Learning (KINE 322)
  • Motor Development (KINE 340) 
  • Independent Study in Kinesiology & Health Sciences (KINE 470)
  • Kinesiology & Health Sciences Research (KINE 480)
Research
  • Guadagnoli MA and Kohl RM. Knowledge of results for motor learning: relationship between error estimation and knowledge of results frequency. J.Mot.Behav. 33: 2: 217-224, 2001.
  • Kohl RM, Ellis SD and Roenker DL. Alternating actual and imagery practice: preliminary theoretical considerations. Res.Q.Exerc.Sport 63: 2: 162-170, 1992.
  • Kohl RM and Fisicaro SA. Imaging goal-directed movement. Res.Q.Exerc.Sport 66: 1: 17-31, 1995.
  • Kohl RM, Fisicaro SA and Erbaugh SJ. Motor response variations: peripheral and central sources of error. J.Mot.Behav. 25: 2: 67-74, 1993.
  • Kohl RM, Fisicaro SA, Roenker DL and Turner MK. A note on state individual differences in accuracy of response imagery: aftereffects and reminiscence. Brain Cogn. 38: 3: 369-377, 1998.
  • Kohl RM, Fisicaro SA, Roenker DL, White WL and Turner PE. Response imagery: aftereffects and reminiscence. Brain Cogn. 33: 3: 357-369, 1997.
  • Kohl RM and Guadagnoli MA. The Scheduling of Knowledge of Results. J.Mot.Behav. 28: 3: 233-240, 1996.
  • Kohl RM and Roenker DL. Mechanism involvement during skill imagery. J.Mot.Behav. 15: 2: 179-190, 1983.
  • Kohl RM and Roenker DL. Bilateral transfer as a function of mental imagery. J.Mot.Behav. 12: 3: 197-206, 1980.
  • Kohl RM, Roenker DL and Indermill C. Scaling task complexity along a single dimension. Percept.Mot.Skills 65: 2: 463-467, 1987.
  • Kohl RM, Roenker DL and Turner PE. Toward a central-peripheralist model of work decrement. Percept.Mot.Skills 58: 2: 619-624, 1984.
  • Kohl RM and Shea CH. Pew (1966) Revisited: Acquisition of Hierarchical Control as a Function of Observational Practice. J.Mot.Behav. 24: 3: 247-260, 1992.
  • Shea CH and Kohl RM. Composition of practice: influence on the retention of motor skills. Res.Q.Exerc.Sport 62: 2: 187-195, 1991.
  • Shea CH and Kohl RM. Specificity and variability of practice. Res.Q.Exerc.Sport 61: 2: 169-177, 1990.
  • Shea CH, Shebilske WL, Kohl RM and Guadagnoli MA. After-contraction phenomenon: influences on performance and learning. J.Mot.Behav. 23: 1: 51-62, 1991.
  • Turner PE, Kohl RM and Morris LW. Individual differences in skilled performance following imagery of bilateral skill. Percept.Mot.Skills 55: 3 Pt 1: 771-780, 1982.