Psychological Research, Journal of Sports Sciences, Journal of Motor Learning and Development, Educational Research Review, Human Movement Sciencesなどインパクトファクターの高いのジャーナルへ複数の論文を掲載
Iwatsuki, T. & Yamada, M. (Under Review). Instructional strategies and practice schedules in esports
Yamada, M., Aya, M., & Iwatsuki, T. (Under Review). Providing choice does not affect perceived choice, self-efficacy, attentional focus in golf putting under psychological pressure.
Iwatsuki, T. (Under Review). Enhancing medical learning outcomes through motivational interventions: Enhanced expectancies and autonomy support.
Iwatsuki, T., Andrew, A., Pierce, B. F., & Abdollahipour, Z. (Under Review). Superstition does not enhance motor performance and learning. Psychological Sciences.
Mousavi, M. & Iwatsuki, T. (Accepted, published in 2022). Effect of autonomy and expectations for success on motor skill learning in children. Journal of Motor Learning and Development.
Iwatsuki, T. & Van Raalte, J. L. (Accepted, published in 2022). The Use of Self-Talk in Closed Self-Paced Motor Tasks. Psychology of Closed Self-Paced Motor Tasks. In Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. Routledge.
Hagiwara, G., Iwatsuki, T., Funamori, H., Matsumoto, M., Kubo, Y., Takami, S., Okano, H., & Akiyama, D. (2021). Effect of positive and negative ions in esports performance and arousal levels. Journal of Digital Life.(Link)
Iwatsuki, T., Hui-Ting, S., Abdollahipour, Z., & Wulf, G. (2021). More bang for the buck: Autonomy support increases muscular efficiency. Psychological Research, 85, 439-445. (Link)
Hagiwara, G., Funamori, H., Matsumoto, M, Akiyama, D., Iwatsuki, T. (2021). Relationships among athletic identity, mental health and social support in Japanese student-athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18, 7032 (Link)
Iwatsuki, T. & Otten, M. (2021). Providing choice enhance motor performance under psychological pressure. Journal of Motor Behavior, 51(5), 656-662.(Link)
Iwatsuki, T., Hagiwara, G., & Dugan, E. M. (2021). Effectively optimizing esport performance through movement science principles. International Journal ofSport Science & Coaching. (Link)
Iwatsuki, T. & Regis, J. C. (2021). Enhancing expectation through providing relatively easy criteria for success enhances motor learning. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 128(2), 900-911. (Link)
Hagiwara, G. Isogai, H., & Iwatsuki, T. (2020). Examining Academic and Athletic Identity in Japanese Collegiate Student-Athletes. Journal of Physical Education and Sports. (Link)
Iwatsuki, T., Navalta, J., & Wulf, G. (2019). Autonomy enhances running efficiency. Journal of Sports Sciences, 37(6), 685-691. (Link)
Chua, L., Katrina, D. M., Iwatsuki, T., Abdollahipour, Z., & Lewthwaite, R., & Wulf, G., (2019). Practice variability promotes an external focus of attention and enhances motor skill learning. Human Movement Science, 64, 307-319. (Link)
Iwatsuki, T., Van Raalte, J., Brewer, B., Petipas, A., & Takahashi, M. (2018). Relations among reinvestment, self-regulation, and perception of choking under pressure. Journal of Human Kinetics, 65, 281-290. (Link)
Iwatsuki, T. (2018). Movement efficiency through autonomy support. (Doctoral Dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (Link)
Van Raalte, J. L., Cornelius, A., Mullin, E., Brewer, W. B., Van Dyke, E., Johnson, A. J., & Iwatsuki, T. (2018). I will use declarative self-talk… or will I? Replication, extension, and meta-analyses. Sport Psychologist, 32, 16-25. (Link)
Wulf, G., Iwatsuki, T., Machin, B., Kellogg, J., Copeland, C., & Lewthwaite, R. (2018). Lassoing skill through learner choice. Journal of Motor Behavior, 50(3), 285-292. (Link)
Iwatsuki, T., Abdollahipour, Z., Rudolf, P., Lewthwaite, L., & Wulf, G. (2017). Autonomy facilitates repeated maximum force productions. Human Movement Science, 55, 264-268. (Link)
Hagiwara, G., Iwatsuki, T., Isogai, H., Van Raalte, J. L., & Brewer, B. (2017) Relationship among sport helplessness, depression, and social supports with teammates among American student-athletes. Journal of Physical Education and Sports, 17(2), 753-757. (Link)
Iwatsuki, T., Takahashi, M., & Van Raalte, J. (2016). Effects of the intention to hit a disguised backhand drop shot on skilled tennis performance. International Journal ofSport Science & Coaching, 11(3), 365-373. (Link)
Iwatsuki, T. & Wright, P. (2016). Relationship among movement reinvestment, decision-making reinvestment, and perceived choking under pressure. International Journal ofCoaching Sciences, 10(1), 25-35. (Link)
Iwatsuki, T., Van Raalte, J., Brewer, B., Petipas, A., & Takahashi, M. (2016). Psychological factors related to choking under pressure. International Tennis Federation Coaching and Sport Science Review, 68, 11-12. (Link)