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Paul has published peer-reviewed journal articles in many of the leading sport and human movement science periodicals and has been invited to contribute chapters to a number of important edited texts. Further bibliographic information (e.g., citations, DOIs, etc.) for these publications can be retrieved by searching for the specific journal article or book chapter on Google Scholar and/or PubMed:
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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Glazier, P.S. (2016). Towards a Grand Unified Theory of sports performance: A reply to the commentaries. Human Movement Science.

Glazier, P.S. (2016). Towards a Grand Unified Theory of sports performance. Human Movement Science.

Glazier, P.S. & Worthington, P.J. (2014). The impact of centre of mass kinematics and ground reaction forces on ball release speeds in cricket fast bowling. Sports Technology, 7, 4-11.

Glazier, P.S. (2014). Professionalism, golf coaching and a Master of Science degree: A commentary. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 9, 851-856.

Najdan, M., Robins, M.T. & Glazier, P.S. (2014). Determinants of success in English domestic Twenty20 cricket. International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport, 14, 276-295.

Glazier, P.S. & Wheat, J.S. (2014). An integrated approach to the biomechanics and motor control of cricket fast bowling techniques. Sports Medicine, 44, 25-36.

Qaisar, S., Imtiaz, S., Faruq, F., Jamal, A., Iqbal, W., Glazier, P. & Lee, S. (2013). A hidden Markov model for detection and classification of arm action in cricket using wearable sensors. Journal of Mobile Multimedia, 9, 128-144.

Glazier, P.S. & Robins, M.T. (2012). Comment on 'Use of deterministic models in sports and exercise biomechanics research' by Chow and Knudson (2011). Sports Biomechanics, 11, 120-122.

Glazier, P.S. (2011). Movement variability in the golf swing: Theoretical, methodological and practical issues. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 82, 157-161. 

Glazier, P.S. (2010). Discovering golf’s innermost truths: A new approach to teaching the game. A commentary. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 5 (suppl.), 125-127.
Glazier, P.S. (2010). Is the ‘crunch factor’ an important consideration in the aetiology of lumbar spine pathology in cricket fast bowlers? Sports Medicine, 40, 809-815. 
Bell, W., Colley, J.P., Gwynne, J.R., Glazier, P., Evans, W.D. & Darlington, S.E. (2010). ACE ID genotype and leg power in rugby union players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 50, 350-355. 
Glazier, P.S. (2010). Game, set and match? Substantive issues and future directions in performance analysis. Sports Medicine, 40, 625-634.
Davids, K. & Glazier, P.S. (2010). Deconstructing neurobiological coordination: The role of the biomechanics-motor control nexus. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 38, 86-90.
Glazier, P.S. & Davids, K. (2009). The problem of measurement indeterminacy in complex neurobiological movement systems. Journal of Biomechanics, 42, 2694-2696.
Glazier, P.S. (2009). The vicious circle involved in the development of Yips: A commentary. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 4 (suppl.), 79-82.
Glazier, P.S. & Davids, K. (2009). On analysing and interpreting variability in motor output. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 4, e2-e3.
Glazier, P.S. (2009). Comment on 'Influence of shaft length on golf driving performance'. Sports Biomechanics, 8, 180-182. 
Glazier, P.S. & Davids, K. (2009). Optimization of performance in top-level athletes: An action-focused coping approach. A commentary. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 4, 59-62.
Glazier, P.S. & Davids, K. (2009). Constraints on the complete optimization of human motion. Sports Medicine, 39, 15-28.
Glazier, P., Davids, K., Renshaw, I. & Button, C. (2005). Uncovering the secrets of 'the Don': Bradman reassessed. Sport Health, 22 (4), 16-21.
Davids, K., Renshaw, I & Glazier, P. (2005). Movement models from sports reveal fundamental insights into coordination processes. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 33, 36-42.
Renshaw, I., Oldham, A., Glazier, P. & Davids, K. (2004). Why applied sport scientists need a theoretical model of the performer. The Sport and Exercise Scientist, 1, 24.
Davids, K., Shuttleworth, R., Button, C., Renshaw, I. & Glazier, P. (2004). "Essential noise" - enhancing variability of informational constraints benefits movement control: A comment on Waddington and Adams (2003). British Journal of Sports Medicine, 38, 601-605.
Davids, K., Glazier, P.S., Araújo, D. & Bartlett, R.M. (2003). Movement systems as dynamical systems: The role of functional variability and its implications for sports medicine. Sports Medicine, 33, 245-260.
Glazier, P.S., Paradisis, G.P. & Cooper, S-M. (2000). Anthropometric and kinematic influences on release speed in men’s fast-medium bowling. Journal of Sports Sciences, 18, 1013-1021.
 
Book Chapters
Glazier, P.S. & Lamb, P.F. (2017). Inter- and intra-individual movement variability in the golf swing. In Routledge Handbook of Golf Science (edited by M.R. Toms). London: Routledge.
Lamb, P.F. & Glazier, P.S. & (2017). The sequencing and timing of body segment motions in the golf swing. In Routledge Handbook of Golf Science (edited by M.R. Toms). London: Routledge.
Glazier, P.S. (2017). Could sports biomechanics provide the missing pieces to the talent identification and development puzzle? In Routledge Handbook of Talent Identification and Development in Sport (edited by J. Baker, S. Cobley, J. Schorer, & N. Wattie). London: Routledge.
Glazier, P.S., Reid, M.M. & Ball, K.A. (2015). Expertise in the performance of multi-articular sports actions. In Routledge Handbook of Sport Expertise (edited by J. Baker & D. Farrow), pp. 84-94. London: Routledge.
Schöllhorn, W., Chow, J.Y., Glazier, P. & Button, C. (2014). Self-organising maps and cluster analysis in elite and sub-elite athletic performance. In Complex Systems in Sport (edited by K. Davids, R. Hristovski, D. Araújo, N. Balagué Serre, C. Button & P. Passos), pp. 145-159. London: Routledge.
Glazier, P.S. & Lamb, P.F. (2013). The swing. In Golf Science: Optimum Performance From Tee to Green (edited by M.F. Smith), pp. 38-63. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
Glazier, P.S. & Robins, M.T. (2013). Self-organisation and constraints in sports performance. In Routledge Handbook of Sports Performance Analysis (edited by T. McGarry, P.G. O'Donoghue & J. Sampaio), pp. 42-51. London: Routledge.
Glazier, P.S. (2010). Augmenting golf practice through the manipulation of physical and informational constraints. In Motor Learning in Practice: A Constraints-Led Approach (edited by I. Renshaw, K. Davids & G. Savelsbergh), pp. 187-198. London: Routledge.
Glazier, P.S., Wheat, J.S., Pease, D.L. & Bartlett, R.M. (2006). The interface of biomechanics and motor control: Dynamic systems theory and the functional role of movement variability. In Movement System Variability (edited by K. Davids, S.J. Bennett & K.M. Newell), pp. 49-69. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
Wheat, J.S. & Glazier, P.S. (2006). Measuring coordination and variability in coordination. In Movement System Variability (edited by K. Davids, S.J. Bennett & K.M. Newell), pp. 167-181. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
Glazier, P., Davids, K. & Bartlett, R. (2002). Grip force dynamics in cricket batting. In Interceptive Actions in Sport: Information and Movement (edited by K. Davids, G. Savelsbergh, S.J. Bennett & J. van der Kamp), pp. 311-325. London: Routledge.
 
Conference Articles
Qaisar, S., Imtiaz, S., Glazier, P., Farooq, F., Jamal, A., Iqbal, W. & Lee, S. (2013). A method for cricket bowling action classification and analysis using a system of inertial sensors. In Computational Science and its Applications - ICCSA 2013 (edited by B. Murgante, S. Misra, M. Calini, C. Torre, H-Q. Nguyen, D. Taniar, B.O. Apduhan & O. Gervasi), pp. 396-412. Berlin: Springer.
Valandro, L., Caimmi, R., Drusini, A., Glazier, P., Henneberg, M., Salvato, B. & Secco, E.L. (2005). Kinanthropometry and biomechanics applied to talent identification in cricket. In Sports Kinetics - 9th International Scientific Conference of IASK. Rimini, Italy: International Association of Sports Kinetics.
Glazier, P.S. & Irwin, G. (2001). Validity of stride length estimates obtained from OptoJump. In Proceedings of Poster Sessions: XIXth International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports (edited by J.R. Blackwell), pp. 98-101. San Francisco: International Society of Biomechanics in Sports.
 
Web Articles
Glazier, P.S. (2013). Fast bowlers can reduce injury risks to inflict pain in the Ashes. The Conversation (http://theconversation.com/au).
Glazier, P.S. & Davids, K. (2008). The perfect golf swing: Dispelling the myth. Titleist Performance Institute (http://www.mytpi.com/).
Glazier, P. & Davids, K. (2005). Is there such a thing as a ‘perfect’ golf swing? International Society of Biomechanics in Sports’ Coaches Information Service (http://www.coachesinfo.com/).
Glazier, P.S., Davids, K. & Bartlett, R.M. (2003). Dynamical systems theory: A relevant framework for performance-oriented sports biomechanics research. Sportscience, 7 (http://www.sportsci.org/).
 
Journal Abstracts
Irwin, G., Glazier, P.S., Tong, R.J. & Radway, J. (2002). Changes in muscle activation characteristics during gymnastics rings routines. Journal of Sports Sciences, 20, 10-11.
Glazier, P.S., Paradisis, G.P. & Cobner, D.M. (2000). Anthropometric and kinematic influence on ball release velocity in men’s fast bowling. Journal of Sports Sciences, 18, 7-8.
Glazier, P.S., Paradisis, G.P. & Cobner, D.M. (1999). Validity of the Speedchek™ Personal Sports Radar device using limits of agreement. Journal of Sports Sciences, 17, 986.
 
Conference Abstracts
Farrow, D., Tor, E., Glazier, P. & Pease, D. (2013). The influence of visual constraints on the start performance of skilled swimmers. In Proceedings of the 11th Motor Control and Human Skill Conference, in press. Melbourne: Australian Catholic University.
Irwin, G., Glazier, P.S., Tong, R.J. & Radway, J. (2001). Changes in muscle activation characteristics during gymnastics rings routines. In Communications to the Annual Conference of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, pp. 9-10. Newport: University of Wales College, Newport.
Glazier, P.S., Paradisis, G.P. & Cobner, D.M. (2000). Anthropometric and kinematic influence on ball release velocity in men’s fast bowling. In Abstracts of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, pp. 7-8. Leeds: Leeds Metropolitan University.
Glazier, P.S., Paradisis, G.P. & Cobner, D.M. (1999). Validity of the Speedchek™ Personal Sports Radar device using limits of agreement. In Abstracts of the 1st World Congress on Science and Medicine in Cricket (edited by R.M. Bartlett), pp. 27-28. Sheffield: Sports Science Research Institute.
 
Unpublished Reports
Glazier, P.S. (2004). Biomechanical screening of fast-medium bowlers at the 2004 Glamorgan County Cricket Academy. Cardiff: UWIC.
Glazier, P.S. (2002). Biomechanical screening of fast-medium bowlers at the 2002 Glamorgan County Cricket Academy. Cardiff: UWIC.
Glazier, P.S. (2000). A report on the legality of Carl Roberts’ bowling action following remedial action. Cardiff: UWIC.
Glazier, P.S. (2000). A report on the legality of Carl Roberts’ bowling action. Cardiff: UWIC.
 
Dissertations
Glazier, P.S. (2011). Applications of dynamical systems theory and 'complex' analyses to cricket fast bowling. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University.
Glazier, P.S. (1999). Anthropometric and kinematic influences on ball release velocity in men's fast bowling. Cardiff: UWIC.
 
Popular Press
Glazier, P. (2007). How to hit it long and straight. UK Golfer,10, 68-69.

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