R W. Christina

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Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
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Fischman MG, Christina RW, Anson JG. (2008) Memory drum theory's C movement: revelations from Franklin Henry. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 79: 312-8
Dail TK, Christina RW. (2004) Distribution of practice and metacognition in learning and long-term retention of a discrete motor task. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 75: 148-55
Reeve TG, Fischman MG, Christina RW, et al. (1994) Using One-Dimensional Task Error Measures to Assess Performance on Two-Dimensional Tasks: Comment on “Attentional Control, Distractors, and Motor Performance” Human Performance. 7: 315-319
Christina RW, Shea JB. (1993) More on assessing the retention of motor learning based on restricted information. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 64: 217-22
Nicholson ME, Wang M, Airhihenbuwa CO, et al. (1992) Variability in behavioral impairment involved in the rising and falling BAC curve. Journal of Studies On Alcohol. 53: 349-56
Christina RW. (1992) The 1991 C. H. McCloy Research Lecture: unraveling the mystery of the response complexity effect in skilled movements. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 63: 218-30
Wang MQ, Taylor-Nicholson ME, Airhihenbuwa CO, et al. (1992) Psychomotor and visual performance under the time-course effect of alcohol. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 75: 1095-106
Gordon AM, Christina RW. (1991) Programming time as a function of movement constraint. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 62: 92-7
Stull GA, Christina RW, Quinn SA. (1991) Accuracy of references in research quarterly for exercise and sport. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 62: 245-8
Christina RW, Cauraugh JH, Shire A. (1990) Time needed to change the isometric force production of a response. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 61: 338-43
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