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Juniorprof. Dr. Cornelia Frank
 

Juniorprof. Dr. Cornelia Frank

Institut für Sport- und Bewegungswissenschaften

Universität Osnabrück

Jahnstr. 75
49080 Osnabrück

Telefon:00495419694547
Email:cornelia.frank@uni-osnabrueck.de
Sprechzeiten:online dienstags 13 - 14 Uhr, Anmeldung siehe studip (Vorlesungszeit) oder nach Vereinbarung per Telefon/ E-Mail (Vorlesungsfreie Zeit)
 
Schwerpunkte
  • Motorisches Lernen
  • Vorstellungstraining
  • Mentales Training
  • Neue Technologien
  • Virtuelle Realität
Lebenslauf
 
2020 Juniorpofessur für Sportwissenschaft
Schwerpunk Bewegung und Training
Universität Osnabrück
2019 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeit (Postdoktorandin)
Arbeitsgruppe Neurokognition und Bewegung sowie
Arbeitsgruppe Sport und Erziehung, Universität Bielefeld
2014 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeit (Postdoktorandin)
Arbeitsgruppe Neurokognition und Bewegung sowie
Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC), Universität Bielefeld
(Interdisziplinäres Large Scale Project: Intelligent Coaching Space)
2014 Promotion zur Dr. rer. nat.
Fakultät für Psychologie und Sportwissenschaft, Universität Bielefeld
2014 Abschluss Promotionsstudiengang Intelligent Systems
Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC), Universität Bielefeld
2010 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeit (Doktorandin)
Arbeitsgruppe Neurokognition und Bewegung sowie
Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC), Universität Bielefeld
(Promotionsprojekt: Mental representation and mental practice)
2008 Abschluss Magisterstudiengang Sportwissenschaft und Psychologie
Universität Heidelberg
Publikationen


Ausgewählte Beiträge

Motor Imagery Training, Cognitive Representation and Learning
 

  • Frank, C., Wright, D. J., & Holmes, P. S. (2020). Mental simulation and neurocognition: Advances for motor imagery and action observation training in sport. In D. Hackfort & R. J. Schinke (Eds.), Routledge International Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Volume 2: Applied and Practical Measures (pp. 411-428).
  • Simonsmeier, B., Andronie, M., Buecker, S., & Frank, C. (2020, online). The effects of imagery interventions in sports: A meta-analysis. International Reviews of Sport and Exercise Psychology. (doi: 10.1080/1750984X.2020.1780627) (link)
  • Frank, C., Land, W. M., Popp, C., & Schack, T. (2014). Mental representation and mental practice: Experimental investigation on the functional links between motor memory and motor imagery. PLoS ONE, 9(4), e95175. (doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0095175) (link)


Learning and Coaching of Motor Actions in Virtual Reality
 
  • Frank, C. (2020). Virtual reality and mental training. In M. Bertollo, E. Filho, & P. Terry (Eds.), Innovations in Mental Skills Training.
  • Hülsmann, F.*, Frank, C.*, Senna, I.* (* shared first authorship), Ernst, M., Schack, T., & Botsch, M. (2019). Superimposed skilled performance in a virtual mirror improves motor performance and cognitive representation of a full body motor action. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, 6, 43. (doi: 10.3389/frobt.2019.00043)(link)


Joint Action/ Cognitive Representation in Teams
 
  • Frank, C., Linstromberg, G.-L., Hennig, L., Heinen, T., & Schack, T. (2018). Team action imagery: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players’ representations of team-level tactics. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 40, 20-30. (doi: 10.1123/jsep.2017-0088) (link)


Beiträge in Zeitschriften
 

  • Schack, T., & Frank, C. (2020, online). Mental representation and the cognitive architecture of skilled action. Review of Philosophy and Psychology. (doi: 10.1007/s13164-020-00485-7) (Invited contribution to the Special Issue Skilled Action, Mylopoulos and Pacherie) (link)
  • Simonsmeier, B., Andronie, M., Buecker, S., & Frank, C. (2020, online). The effects of imagery interventions in sports: A meta-analysis. International Reviews of Sport and Exercise Psychology. (doi: 10.1080/1750984X.2020.1780627) (link)
  • Meier, C., Frank, C., Groeben, B., & Schack, T. (2020). Verbal instructions and motor learning: How analogy and explicit instructions influence the development of mental representations and tennis serve performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 2. (doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00002) (link)
  • Menze-Sonneck, A., Bekemeier, K., & Frank, C. (2019). Stell dir vor! Vorstellungstraining im Sportunterricht der Sekundarstufe II. sportunterricht, 68, 301-305. (link)
  • Menze-Sonneck, A., Bekemeier, K., & Frank, C. (2019). Ein Unterrichtsvorhaben zur Einbindung des Vorstellungstrainings in der gymnasialen Oberstufe am Beispiel des Hüftaufschwungs. sportunterricht, 68, 313-318(link)
  • Hülsmann, F.*, Frank, C.*, Senna, I.* (* shared first authorship), Ernst, M., Schack, T., & Botsch, M. (2019). Superimposed skilled performance in a virtual mirror improves motor performance and cognitive representation of a full body motor action. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, 6, 43. (doi: 10.3389/frobt.2019.00043)(link)
  • Wright, D., Wood, G., Eaves, D., Bruton, A., Frank, C., Franklin, Z. (2018). Corticospinal excitability is facilitated by combined action observation and motor imagery of a basketball free throw. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 39, 114-121. (doi: 10.1016/j.psychsport.2018.08.006) (link)
  • Frank, C., Kim, T., & Schack, T. (2018). Observational practice promotes action-related order-formation in long-term memory: Investigating action observation and the development of cognitive representation in complex motor action. Journal of Motor Learning and Development. (doi: 10.1123/jmld.2017-0007) (Invited contribution to Special Section on ‘Observation and Learning‘, Ste-Marie) (link)
  • Simonsmeier, B. A., Frank, C., Gubelmann, H., & Schneider, M. (2018). The effects of motor imagery training on performance and mental representation of 7- to 15-year-old gymnasts of different levels of expertise. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 7, 155-168. (doi: 10.1037/spy0000117) (link)
  • Frank, C., Linstromberg, G.-L., Hennig, L., Heinen, T., & Schack, T. (2018). Team action imagery: Imagery of game situations and required team actions promotes a functional structure in players’ representations of team-level tactics. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 40, 20-30. (doi: 10.1123/jsep.2017-0088) (link)
  • Kim, T., Frank, C., & Schack, T. (2017). A systematic investigation of the effect of action observation training and motor imagery training on the development of mental representation structure and skill performance. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11,499. (doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00499) (link)
  • Frank, C. & Schack, T. (2017). The representation of (inter)action, states of action, and learning: Three perspectives on learning by way of imagery and execution. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 678 (doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00678) (Invited contribution to Special Issue on ‚Representations in the Brain‘, Roy) (link)
  • Frank, C., & Schack, T. (2016). In my mind’s (quiet) eye: A perceptual-cognitive approach to the Quiet Eye ‑ comment on Vickers. Current Issues in Sport Science, 1:107. (doi: 10.15203/CISS_2016.107) (Contribution to Special Issue on the Quiet Eye, Vickers/ Hossner) (link)
  • Frank, C., Land, W. M., & Schack, T. (2016). Perceptual-cognitive changes during motor learning: The influence of mental and physical practice on mental representation, gaze behavior, and performance of a complex action. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1981. (doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01981) (link)
  • Hülsmann, F., Frank, C., Schack, T., Kopp, S., & Botsch, M. (2016). Multi-level analysis of motor actions as a basis for effective coaching in virtual reality. In P. Chung, A. Soltoggio, C. W. Dawson, Q. Meng, & M. Pain (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Computer Science in Sport (ISCSS) September 9th to 11th in Loughborough, United Kingdom (pp. 211-214). Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 392. Heidelberg: Springer. (doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-24560-7)
  • Frank, C., Land, W. M., Popp, C., & Schack, T. (2014). Mental representation and mental practice: Experimental investigation on the functional links between motor memory and motor imagery. PLoS ONE, 9(4), e95175. (doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0095175) (link)
  • Schack, T., Essig, K., Frank, C., & Koester, D. (2014). Mental representation and motor imagery training. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 328. (doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00328) (link)
  • Land, W. M., Frank, C., & Schack, T. (2014). The influence of attentional focus on the development of skill representation in a complex action. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 15, 30-38. (doi: 10.1016/j.psychsport.2013.09.006) (link)
  • Frank, C., Land, W. M., & Schack, T. (2013). Mental representation and learning: The influence of practice on the development of mental representation structure in complex action. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 14, 353-361. (doi: 10.1016/j.psychsport.2012.12.001) (link)
 


Beiträge in Sammelbänden
 

  • Frank, C. (2020). Virtual reality and mental training. In M. Bertollo, E. Filho, & P. Terry (Eds.), Innovations in Mental Skills Training.
  • Frank, C., Wright, D. J., & Holmes, P. S. (2020). Mental simulation and neurocognition: Advances for motor imagery and action observation training in sport. In D. Hackfort & R. J. Schinke (Eds.), Routledge International Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Volume 2: Applied and Practical Measures (pp. 411-428).
  • Schack, T., & Frank, C. (2019). Ideomotor training. In D. Hackfort, R. Schinke, & B. Strauss (Eds.), Dictionary of Sport Psychology: Sport, Exercise, and Performing Arts (pp. 138-139).
  • Frank, C. (2016). Learning a motor action from within: Insights into the development of one’s action representation with mental and physical practice. In M. Raab, P. Wylleman, R. Seiler, A.-M. Elbe, & A. Hatzigeorgiadis, Sport and exercise psychology research from theory to practice (pp. 91-121). Amsterdam: Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128036341 (Invited contribution / FEPSAC Young Investigator Award 2013 for poster presentation) (link)
  • Simonsmeier, B. A. , & Frank, C. (2016). Imagery in gymnastics: Theories and empirical findings. In T. Heinen, I. Čuk, R. Goebel, & K. Velentzas (Eds.), Gymnastics Performance and Motor Learning: Principles and Applications (pp. 53-69). NOVA. ISBN: 9781634857376
Lehrveranstaltungen
Sommersemester 2021
Wintersemester 2020/21