Oldham, A., & Clancy, S. (2017). Drug-free sport mentality must start with youth. In New Zealand Herald
(pp. 29). [Newspaper]. Auckland NZ: NZME.
Oldham, A., Millar, S. K., & Bowes, M. (2017). TGFU is to Constraints as recipes are to cooking; what are the differences, and potential benefits of using a constraints led approach. Proceedings of the annual PENZ conference. Tauranga NZ.
Walters, S., Beattie, R., Oldham, A. R. H., & Millar, S. -K. (2017). Attrition in School Rowing in New Zealand: A Qualitative Descriptive Study. Qualitative Report
, 22 (10).
Millar, S., Oldham, A. R. H., Renshaw, I., & Hopkins, W. (In Press). Athlete and coach agreement: Identifying successful rowing performance. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching
Oldham, A., & Atkins, D. (2016). "In through and about movement" as a means to understanding constraints in PE. In PENZ (Ed.), NATIONAL PENZ/EONZ/NZHEA Conference
Millar, S., & Oldham, A.R.H. (2016). Optimising repeated interceptive performance using contrasting visual textures in Olympic rowing: A case study. Sensoria - Contemporary perspectives on applied sports science: technology and performance
Millar, S., & Oldham, A. (2016). Go Faster Stripes Really Can Make You Go Faster. In Sport and Exercise Science NZ Conference
. Cambridge, NZ. Retrieved from http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/other-sports/85872549/Can-stripes-make-you-row-faster
Millar, S., Oldham, A. R. H., Hume, P. A., & Renshaw, I. (2015). Using rowers’ perceptions of on-water stroke success to evaluate sculling catch efficiency variables via a boat instrumentation system. Sports
, 3(4), 335-345. doi:10.3390/sports3040335
Beattie, R., Walters, S. R., Millar, S. -K., & Oldham, A. R. H. (2015). The experiences of adolescents rowing in New Zealand: An insight into the influences on attrition in school rowing. New Zealand Coach
. Retrieved from http://www.socialmail.com/emails/nz-coach-april-2015/5226632/nz-coach-april-2015
Oldham, A. R. H. (2014). Using expert knowledge in applied skill research; what have we learned. In Australasian Skill Acquisition Research Group Conference
. Auckland, New Zealand.
Stamp, D., Walters, S. R., Oldham, A. R. H., & Ferkins, L. (2014). Self-awareness in the developing athlete: Reflective practice in high performance rugby academy players. In Bay of Plenty Sports Symposium: Research Initiatives in the Sport and Recreation Sector
. Tauranga, New Zealand.
Woolliams, D., Oldham, A. R. H., & Walters, S. R. (2014). Examining the nature of interpersonal coach-athlete dyads between New Zealand national representative female football players and national head coaches. In 1st Asia Pacific Football Futsal Seminar
. Melbourne, Australia.
Oldham, A. R. H. (2014). Counselling based techniques and the use of performance profiling. In New Zealand Sports Medicine and Science Conference
. Wellington, New Zealand.
Oldham, A. R., Millar, S. -K., Renshaw, I., & Hume, P. A. (2014). Co-ordinative couplings between rowers in Olympic sculling. In New Zealand Sports Medicine and Science Conference
. Wellington, New Zealand.
Oldham, A. R. H. (2013). Using qualitative methods to frame multivariate problems; examining timing and coordination in rowing. In Australasian Skill Acquisition Research Group (ASARG)
. Sydney, Australia.
Millar, S. -K., Oldham, A. R. H., & Renshaw I. (2013). Interpersonal, intrapersonal, extrapersonal? Qualitatively investigating coordinative couplings between rowers in Olympic sculling. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences
, 17(3). Retrieved from http://www.societyforchaostheory.org/ndpls/
Walters, S. R., Schluter, P. J., Oldham, A. R. H., Thomson, R. W., & Payne, D. (2012). The sideline behaviour of coaches at children’s team sports games. Psychology of Sport and Exercise
, 13(2), 208-215. doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2011.11.008
Renshaw, I., Oldham, A. R. H., & Bawden, M. (2012). Nonlinear pedagogy underpins intrinsic motivation in sports coaching. The Open Sports Sciences Journal
, 5, 88-99. doi:10.2174/1875399X01205010088
Millar, S. -K., Oldham, A. R. H., & Renshaw, I. (2012). Interpersonal coupling in rowing: The mediating role of the environment. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology
, 34(supplement), 110-111.