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Anja Zoellner

Lecturer, School of Bridgepoint; Lecturer, Tutorial Assistant, School of Community Studies
School of Bridgepoint
Location: Building 111, Room 2033

Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Anja Zoellner as Associate Supervisor

Russell, Clare (2021). Benign nocturnal idiopathic leg pain: A qualitative study of experiences of New Zealand caregivers (Master of Osteopathy)

Publications

Zoellner, A., Whatman, C., Read, P., & Sheerin, K. (2021). The association between sport specialisation and movement competency in youth: a systematic review. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching.

Zoellner, A., Whatman, C., Sheerin, K., & Read, P. (2020). Early Specialisation in New Zealand Football: A Cross-Sectional Study. Sports Medicine New Zealand, Tauranga, New Zealand.

Walters, S., Renshaw, I., Whatman, C., Zoellner, A., Harrison, C., Millar, S-K., & Spencer, K. (2020). Athlete Development Pathways and Participation in New Zealand Cricket. Auckland, New Zealand, New Zealand Cricket.

Wyatt, H., Zoellner, A., Hume, P., Whatman, C., Walters, S., Exeter, D., Harrison, C., & Hardaker, N. (2020). AUT ACC SportSmart-9 Review Project: Youth engagement in organised sports: Recommendations for reducing injury risk and promoting physical capability: A scoping review. A technical report to ACC. Auckland, SPRINZ, Auckland University of Technology.

Walters, S., Whatman, C., Zoellner, A., & Harrison, C. (2019). Athlete development pathways and participation in New Zealand Cricket: Progress report phase 1. Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland Cricket.

Jukic, Ivan., Prnjak, Katarina., Zoellner, Anja., Tufano, James J., & Sekulic, Damir. (2019). The Importance of Fundamental Motor Skills in Identifying Differences in Performance Levels of U10 Soccer Players. Sports (Vol. 7(7)).

Gago, P., Zoellner, A., Cezar, J., & Ekblom, M. M. (2018). Post Activation Potentiation and Concentric Contraction Performance: Effects on Rate of Torque Development, Neuromuscular Efficiency and Tensile Properties. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (Vol. 1).