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Something Shiny: ADHD!

David Kessler & Isabelle Richards

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How many times have you tried to understand ADHD...and were left feeling more misunderstood? We get it and we're here to help you build a shiny new relationship with ADHD. We are two therapists (David Kessler & Isabelle Richards) who not only work with people with ADHD, but we also have ADHD ourselves and have been where you are. Every other week on Something Shiny, you'll hear (real) vulnerable conversations, truth bombs from the world of psychology, and have WHOA moments that leave you fee ...
 
Exploration of how psychological research can be applied to improving performance, accelerating skill acquisition and designing new technologies in sports and other high performance domains. Hosted by Rob Gray, professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, the podcast will review basic concepts and discuss the latest research in these areas.
 
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There can be so much pressure to have a Hallmark, picture-postcard perfect holiday and it’s so important to revise those expectations and think about what you actually want to do, for example, maybe it’s “we go to the this house, tolerate everyone for 45 minutes, you grab the turkey, I grab the mashed potatoes, and we leave.” And what about the unc…
 
What are the different types of information sources for controlling action and how should we be manipulating them in practice? Do we absolutely have to stick to the mantra: “make sure they are using specifying information”? More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook pa…
 
David and Isabelle name that any time you’re meeting with family, traveling, disrupting routine, and then you throw in kids—how do we do this? Let’s start with dinner, and then work our way back to how you get there. Whenever you’re going out to eat with family…family is a tricky word. Family describes ritual—people who get together at different ti…
 
How should we plan our practices so that we are working on the right things at the right times? Is it better to let our coaching curriculum just emerge? How should we be getting the athletes involved in co-designing practice? Articles: Representative co-design: Utilising a source of experiential knowledge for athlete development and performance pre…
 
Does thinking about movement always hinder performance? If so, is the solution to stop thinking and rely solely on automatic processes? Or is it possible to reach a state where consciousness remains on the surface, but our body leads the way? Articles: Letting the body find its way: Skills, expertise, and Bodily Refection More information: http://p…
 
Isabelle starts by expanding on the idea of how you think about things, how that inner landscape can connect into tapping into norepinephrine—if you’re practicing going “I see you anxiety, I see what you’re trying to do, and I’m so grateful I have you because it helps me…” what it means to not shame or blame yourself for having an instinct to worry…
 
Should we be striving to make everything in practice as close to the game as possible? What is the difference between specificity and representativeness? Links: https://www.spreaker.com/user/thetalentequation/representative-learning-design-twitter-s More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU We…
 
Does the kinetic chain link in the expected proximal to distal order? Does it link in the same way with each execution of a movement? To foreshadow- NO and NO. A look at work on kinematic sequencing in throwing. Articles: Kinematic sequence patterns in the overhead baseball pitch Kinematic Sequence Classification and the Relationship to Pitching Li…
 
The first thing David wants to talk about how amazing Dolly Parton is, how he’s heard more amazing things that she’s done in the last six months and it blows his mind.. Isabelle references the podcast Dolly Parton’s America, about how Jad Abumrad’s (of Radiolab’s) dad befriended Dolly Parton, and just how beloved she is and why that might be. David…
 
What is the difference between an action capacity and a skill? How can we better connect the two through Affordance Theory? More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc) Subscribe in iOS/Apple Subscribe in Anroid/Google Support the podcast and rec…
 
I am joined by Elina Nijmeijer and Anne Benjaminse from the University of Groningen to talk about their interesting new work on implicit training to reduce injury risk in athletes. Articles: Optimal and suboptimal video instructions change movement execution in young talented basketball players More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Rese…
 
David describes how when we hyper focus and launch ourselves into something, it can be hard to finish, because the hardest part is behind us. He heard then governor Gavin Newsom speak and he describe how there comes a point in running where you just have to keep kicking, you keep kicking your feet forward. For neurodivergent folx to recognize that …
 
What is the best way to train multiple movements, like the serve, set and pass in volleyball, in parallel? Are the effects we see when interleaving different movements more consistent with an information processing or ecological approach? Articles: Learning Multiple Movements in Parallel—Accurately and in Random Order, or Each with Added Noise? Mor…
 
An interview with Julia Blau and Jeff Wagman about their new Introduction to Ecological Psychology textbook. Articles and Links: Introduction to Ecological Psychology More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc) Subscribe in iOS/Apple Subscribe i…
 
Isabelle and David check in and Isabelle describes trying Pickleball, and the way that physical activity is wonderful but you don’t know you’re tired until it’s too late. David and Isabelle then try something new, in that they are revisiting their previous episode and what it brought up in each of them. David listened to the preview of the previous…
 
Is creativity in sports rooted in divergent thinking – the cognitive ability to generate a lot of ideas or in having a diverse set of motor skills? And a preview of the 2022 Baseball Skill Acquisition Summit. Articles and Links: Creative actions in team sports are rooted in motor skills rather than in a divergent thinking ability https://floridabas…
 
How do different S&C training methods support injury prevention. For example, which is better for learning a squat – external focus of attention instructions, self-controlled feedback or differential learning? Articles: Comparing the Effects of Differential Learning, Self-Controlled Feedback, and External Focus of Attention Training on Biomechanica…
 
What about a task that doesn’t have a sense of doing it well? You do it or you don’t do it, like earning money, or getting that job, or buying a house? The only thing that’s reinforced are tasks toward goal completion. What could I do today that would move me toward that goal? The only question: is it moving toward my goal? If so, it’s effective (o…
 
How can we use data from movement analyses to aid the design of S&C activities and skill practice? Data-driven training for soccer goalkeeping. Articles: Data-driven strength and conditioning, and technical training programs for goalkeeper’s diving save in football More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my art…
 
A case study in how we should be doing theoretically-based task analyses of practice activities: the Rondo in soccer. Will the activity achieve its goals? Is it representative? Will it transfer to competition? Does it foster creativity and functional variability? My interview with Karl Marius Aksum. Links: https://twitter.com/aksumfootball/status/1…
 
David takes us back to second grade and playing following the leader, where you do the same maneuver on the jungle gym that the ‘leader’ did. He always felt his leadership was undervalued. It was finally his shot to be the leader and he wasn’t going to waste it—he is up way high in the air and looks down and says “Follow the leader!” And he lands w…
 
How do motor synergies develop when we learning to catch a ball? How is this development shaped by the constraints imposed on the performer such as the information available during practice, the actions catching is nested within like postural control, and disorders like DCD ? Articles: One more time about motor (and non‑motor) synergies Manipulatin…
 
What is hysteresis in movement coordination? How can it be use to explain how the sequence of events influence an athlete’s performance – without the need to bring in memory or inference processes? Articles: Baseball Catching Patterns Differ According to Task Constraints The application of co-ordination dynamics to the analysis of discrete movement…
 
Isabelle & David welcome Isabelle’s husband, Bobby, and their friends, Christina, AJ, and Gabe, to continue to listen and learn from David’s tried and tested presentation on ADHD, which he normally gives to fellow clinicians (for the 1st-9th parts of this talk, please see episode 4, All About ADHD Part I; episode 6, All About ADHD Part II; episode …
 
Is there one ideal gaze strategy for performing a sports skill as has been suggested by the quiet eye research? My interview with Ben Franks from Oxford Brookes University looking at some of his research taking an ecological, individualized view of the quiet eye. Articles: A Descriptive Case Study of Skilled Football Goalkeepers During 1 v 1 Dyads:…
 
Can athletes perceive which balls, sticks, bats, racquets, etc afford the greatest opportunity for hitting, throwing, etc? What information do they use for this and how does it relate to Gibson’s concept of dynamic touch? How can we use this better design and fit sports equipment? Articles: Perceiving the sweet spot Learning to throw to maximum dis…
 
David asks: what about brushing your teeth and things that don’t have immediate gratification, necessarily, but you have to do them over and over again? How do you motivate yourself to do them? It’s preventative-you don’t see what you save, you don’t know what Past You did for Future You when you’ve brushed your teeth. David’s answer is to outsourc…
 
So, by now we all know movement variability is good! But it’s not all good. A look at a framework for categorizing different types of movement variability and how it might allow us to better design training to enhance the good. Articles:A Proposed Framework to Describe Movement Variability within Sporting Tasks: A Scoping Review More information: h…
 
How do instructions about task constraints influence how a performer searches for a movement solution? Is movement variability still beneficial even when you guide a performer towards the optimal solution? Articles: Instructions on Task Constraints Mediate Perceptual-Motor Search and How Movement Variability Relates to Performance Outcome More info…
 
David begins by naming that dealing with a lot of a frustration is part and parcel of ADHD—and yet, we don’t want to make everything easy, some things are supposed to be hard. Essentially, there is a certain amount of frustration and discomfort that someone with ADHD has to be ready to experience. Isabelle is hit with that and explains that frustra…
 
Isabelle & David welcome Isabelle’s husband, Bobby, and their friends, Christina, AJ, and Gabe, to continue to listen and learn from David’s tried and tested presentation on ADHD, which he normally gives to fellow clinicians (for the 1st-8th parts of this talk, please see episode 4, All About ADHD Part I; episode 6, All About ADHD Part II; episode …
 
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