INTERNATIONALLY AND NATIONALLY PRESENTED PAPERS AND WORKSHOPS BY BRENT S. RUSHALL

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  1. Rushall, B. S. (1968). Some practical applications of personality information to athletics. A paper presented at the 2nd International Congress of Sport Psychology, Washington.
  2. Rushall, B. S. (1968). An evaluation of the relationship between personality and physical performance categories. A paper presented at the 2nd International Congress of Sport Psychology, Washington.
  3. Rushall, B. S. (1969). A systems approach to analyzing the sport coaching situation. An invited colloquium for the Graduate College Committee, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, La Crosse.
  4. Pyke, F. S., & Rushall, B. S. (1969). A computer analysis of skills of projecting objects - a practical tool for coaches. A paper presented at the AAHPER National Convention, Boston.
  5. Rushall, B. S. (1969). Some applications of psychology to swimming. A Keynote address at the 6th Annual Swimming Symposium, Illinois State University.
  6. Rushall, B. S. (1969). Some trends in swimming psychology. An invited address at the National Coaches' Forum, Australian Swimming Union, Sydney.
  7. Rushall, B. S. (1971). Behavior control in swimming. An invited address for the Australian Sports Medicine Federation, Royal Alexandria Hospital, Sydney.
  8. Rushall, B. S. (1971). The environment as a significant source of variance in the study of personality. A paper presented at the Third Canadian Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Symposium, Vancouver.
  9. Rushall, B. S. (1971). Contemporary advances in sport coaching. An invited address at the Second Annual Seminar of the Canadian Science Writers' Association, Halifax.
  10. Rushall, B. S. (1973). Applied behavior analysis for sports and physical education. An invited address in the Motor Learning and Sport Psychology General Session at the CAHPER National Convention, Calgary.
  11. Rushall, B. S. (1973). Consultation procedures for sports psychologists. A paper presented at the Third International Congress of Sport Psychology, Madrid.
  12. Rushall, B. S. (1973). Behavior patterns of coaches and athletes: a preliminary study. A paper presented at the Third International Congress of Sport Psychology, Madrid.
  13. Rushall, B. S. (1973). A contemporary direction for sport psychology. An invited address at the First Canadian Congress for the Multi-disciplinary Study of Sport and Physical Activity, Montreal.
  14. Rushall, B. S. (1973). The status of Canadian sport psychology. An invited address at the First Canadian Congress for the Multi-disciplinary Study of Sport and Physical Activity, Montreal.
  15. Rushall, B. S. (1973). Two observational scales for sporting environments. A paper presented at the Fifth Canadian Symposium for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, Montreal.
  16. Rushall, B. S. (1973). Trends in modern sport coaching. An invited address to an assembly of coaches, Ennugu, East Central State, Nigeria.
  17. Rushall, B. S. (1974). Applied psychology in sports. An invited address at the National Technical Directors' Symposium, Ottawa.
  18. Rushall, B. S. (1974). Applied psychology for sports. An invited major address at the Sixth Canadian Symposium for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, Halifax.
  19. Rushall, B. S. (1974). A tool for new directions in sport personality research: behavior inventories for swimmers. A paper presented at the Sixth Canadian Symposium for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, Halifax.
  20. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Motivational principles in the coaching of diving. A keynote address at the 4th International Conference on Diving, Montreal.
  21. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Alternative dependent variables for the study of behavior in sport. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Pennsylvania State University.
  22. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Characteristics and concepts for age-group swimming. An invited address for the Department of Youth and Tourism, Adelaide, Australia.
  23. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Applied principles of interval training. A keynote address at the National Coaches' Forum, Australian Swimming Union, Melbourne, Australia.
  24. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Motivational principles in the coaching of swimming. A keynote address at the National Coaches' Forum, Australian Swimming Union, Melbourne, Australia.
  25. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Principles of applied coaching psychology. A two-day course for the New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association, sponsored by the Rothman's National Sport Foundation, Sydney.
  26. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Race preparation and content. An invited major address at the Swim Canada Seminar, Geneva Park.
  27. Rushall, B. S. (1975). The scope of behavior modification for coaching. School of HPER Colloquium Series, Indiana University.
  28. Rushall, B. S. (1975). The psychological preparation of Canadian Olympic performers. An invited major address for the Canada Week Program at St. Lawrence University, New York.
  29. Rushall, B. S. (1976). Lessons from Montreal. A three-day workshop for the New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association, sponsored by the Rothman's National Sport Foundation, Sydney, Australia.
  30. Rushall, B. S. (1976). The scope of psychological support services for Canadian Olympic athletes. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Australian Sports Medicine Federation, Surfers Paradise, Australia.
  31. Rushall, B. S. (1976). The team approach to the coaching of athletes. A keynote address at the Post Olympic Symposium, Chateau Montebello, Quebec.
  32. Rushall, B. S. (1976). Motivation in swimming. A keynote address at the Swim Canada Seminar, Geneva Park.
  33. Rushall, B. S. (1976). Race strategy content. A keynote address at the Swim Canada Seminar, Geneva Park.
  34. Crossman, J., & Rushall, B. S. (1977). The effects of cognitive strategies on the performance of athletes. A paper presented at the AAHPER National Convention, Seattle.
  35. Rushall, B. S. (1977). Psychological aids for rowing. An invited major address at the National Rowing Seminar, Canadian Amateur Rowing Association, Toronto.
  36. Rushall, B. S. (1977). After Montreal. An invited major address in the Canada Week Program at St. Lawrence University, New York.
  37. Rushall, B. S., & Petrie, B. (1977). The interdisciplinary approach to sports studies. Seminar presentation, St. Lawrence University, New York.
  38. Rushall, B. S. (1977). Applied behavior analysis as a psychology for practitioners. An invited major address at the Annual Conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Ithaca College.
  39. Rushall, B. S. (1977). The coach-athlete relationship. An invited address at the Ninth Canadian Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Symposium, Banff.
  40. Rushall, B. S., & Garvie, G. (1977). Psychological characteristics of Canadian Olympic and non-Olympic wrestlers. A paper presented at the Ninth Canadian Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Symposium, Banff.
  41. Rushall, B. S. (1977). Psychological characteristics of Canadian swimmers. An invited address at the Swimming Coaches' Development Clinic, Canadian Amateur Swimming Association, Haliburton.
  42. Rushall, B. S. (1978). The scope of behavior analysis services for elite athletic teams. An invited major thematic presentation at the Annual Convention of the Midwestern Association of Behavior Analysis, Chicago.
  43. Rushall, B. S. (1978). Observations of psychological support services for elite sport teams. An invited major address at the Applied Sciences in Sport Symposium, Toronto.
  44. Rushall, B. S. (1978). Behavioral engineering: an introduction. A thematic seminar at the Human Factors in Physical Performance Symposium, Toronto.
  45. Rushall, B. S. (1979). Psychology applied to sports. A colloquium address to the School of Psychology, University of New South Wales, Sydney.
  46. Rushall, B. S. (1979). Some recent trends in sports motivation. An invited address to the Queensland Branch of the Australian Sports Medicine Federation, Toowoomba, Australia.
  47. Rushall, B. S. (1979). Motivating the swimmer. An invited major address at the Edmonton - Where from here? Symposium, New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association, Sydney.
  48. Rushall, B. S. (1979). The psychological preparation of Canadian Commonwealth Games teams. An invited major address at the Edmonton - Where from here? Symposium, New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association, Sydney.
  49. Rushall, B. S. (1979). How to motivate the sports performer. Workshop/seminars held in Perth, Bunbury, and Sydney; June and July, 1979, for the Australian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation; the West Australian Department of Youth, Sport, and Recreation; the Rothman's National Sport Foundation; and the University of New South Wales.
  50. Rushall, B. S. (1979). Psychological procedures for Olympic teams. An invited seminar address for the Department of Human Movement Studies, University of Western Australia, Perth.
  51. Rushall, B. S. (1979). Athlete-centered problems prior to competition; Orchestrating game momentum; and Procedures for competition preparation. Invited major addresses at the Scientific Sport Symposium, Canadian Volleyball Association, York University.
  52. Rushall, B. S. (1979). Psychological procedures for urgent problems at Games' competition sites. An invited address, National Technical Directors' Seminar, Ottawa.
  53. Rushall, B. S. (1979). Peaking athletes - the psychological perspective. An invited address at the Sports Sciences Conference, University Hospital, Saskatoon.
  54. Rushall, B. S. (1979). The sports psychologist and the team. An invited address at the Sports Sciences Conference, University Hospital, Saskatoon.
  55. Rushall, B. S. (1979). The psychology of competing: the prevention and treatment of on-site problems. An invited major address at the 1979 National Coaches' Symposium, Ottawa.
  56. Rushall, B. S. (1980). Coaching styles for various sports. An invited address at the AAHPERD Annual Convention, Detroit.
  57. Rushall, B. S. (1980). Competition preparation. A two-day workshop conducted for the Shooting Federation of Canada, Toronto.
  58. Rushall, B. S. (1980). Psychological features in competition preparation. An invited address at the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Annual Conference, Vancouver.
  59. Rushall, B. S. (1981). What should be expected of a coach? An invited address at the Canberra College of Advanced Education, Canberra, Australia.
  60. Rushall, B. S. (1981). Motivation in swimming. An invited address as part of Levels II and III Coaching Certification in Swimming, New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association, Canberra.
  61. Rushall, B. S. (1981). A systems approach to club organization and administration. An invited address as part of Level III Coaching Certification in Swimming, New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association, Canberra.
  62. Rushall, B. S. (1981). On-site psychological preparations for athletes. An invited address at the Fifth World Sport Psychology Congress, Ottawa.
  63. Rushall, B. S. (1981). On-site intervention techniques for athlete preparations. A workshop, Fifth World Sport Psychology Congress, Ottawa.
  64. Rushall, B. S. (1981). Psychological and behavioral skills for effective coaching. Keynote address at the Symposium on Sport Psychology, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.
  65. Rushall, B. S. (1981). Principles for elite coaching. An invited address at the Symposium on Sport Psychology, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.
  66. Rushall, B. S. (1981). Directions for effective sport coaching. An invited symposium at the University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
  67. Rushall, B. S. (1981). The impact of the psychology of physical activity on sport and physical education in the year 2000. A keynote address at the Second International Symposium on Research in Sport and Recreation, Physical Activity and Recreation: A Strategy for 2000, Potchefstroom University for Higher Christian Education, South Africa.
  68. Rushall, B. S. (1981). Motivational principles in the coaching and teaching of physical activities. An invited address at the Second International Symposium on Research in Sport and Recreation, Physical Activity and Recreation: A strategy for 2000, Potchefstroom University for Higher Christian Education, South Africa.
  69. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Coaching effectiveness: behavioral evidence. An invited address at the Symposium on Behavioral Athletics, Applied Behavior Analysis Convention, Milwaukee.
  70. Rushall, B. S. (1982). National lecture tour of Australia under the auspices of the Confederation of Australian Sport and supported by the appropriate state government departments of Victoria, Queensland, and South Australia, and the Rothman's National Sport Foundation.

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  72. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Applied psychological principles for increasing coaching/teaching effectiveness. An invited address at the Phillip Institute of Technology, Victoria.
  73. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Psychological aspects of performance enhancement in combative sports. An invited address at the Olympic Solidarity Seminar of the Judo Federation of Australia at Power House, Victoria, sponsored by the International Olympic Council.
  74. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Performance thought content. An invited address to the Amateur Pistol Shooting Union of Australia, at Caulfield Institute of Technology, Victoria.
  75. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Psychological actions for athletes to enhance their performance. An invited public address for the Australian Council for Health and Physical Education, Canberra.
  76. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Measurement in sport psychology. An invited lecture series in the Sport Studies Program at the Canberra College of Advanced Education, Canberra.
  77. Rushall, B. S. (1982). What to think of while performing. An invited address at the Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
  78. Rushall, B. S., & Gotts, G. H. (1982). The arousal-performance relationship in elite athletes - a theoretical interpretation. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Australian Psychological Society, Melbourne.
  79. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Future directions for coaching elite athletes: seven principles. A keynote address presented at the Psychological Skills and Attributes in Sport - How are They Developed? Symposium, University of Winnipeg.
  80. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Pre-competitive and competitive strategies. An invited full-day workshop presented at the Psychological Skills and Attributes in Sport - How are They Developed? Symposium, University of Winnipeg.
  81. Rushall, B. S. (1982). What coaches do - behavioral evidence. A paper presented at the Annual Symposium of the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
  82. Rushall, B. S. (1982). The content of competition thinking - strategies. An invited address at the Annual Symposium of the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
  83. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Athlete-centered problems that affect competition performances. A keynote address at the National Coaches' Seminar, Coaching Association of Canada, Mont. St. Marie.
  84. Rushall, B. S. (1982). Pre-competition and competition strategies I and II. Invited workshops conducted at the National Coaches' Seminar, Coaching Association of Canada, Mont. St. Marie.
  85. Rushall, B. S. (1983). A practical approach to the psychology of sport. An invited two-day workshop sponsored by Sport in Perspective, Inc. and York University, York University, January.
  86. Rushall, B. S. (1983). Think and act like a champion. A three-hour seminar/workshop as part of a National Lecture Tour of Australia for the Australian Amateur Rowing Council. Seminar sites: Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, April.
  87. Rushall, B. S. (1983). The psychology of successful rowing racing. A keynote address at the Olympic Solidarity Seminar, Perth, Australia, conducted by the Australian Amateur Rowing Association, sponsored by the International Olympic Council.
  88. Jones, G. J., Rushall, B. S., & Howald, H. (1983). Talent identification. An invited symposium conducted at the University of Western Australia, April.
  89. Rushall, B. S. (1983). Motivational factors influencing physical activity participation. A keynote address at the International Sports Science Conference, Singapore, May.
  90. Rushall, B. S. (1983). Athlete psychological profiles: useful measurement techniques. A keynote address at the International Sports Science Conference, Singapore, May.
  91. Rushall, B. S. & Lavoie, N. F. (1983). A call to re-focus serious sport training. An invited address presented by N. F. Lavoie at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, Thunder Bay, May.
  92. Rushall, B. S. (1983). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop as part of the SUN Sport Psychology Series, Toronto, June.
  93. Rushall, B. S. (1983). Psychological features applied to ski-jumping. An invited address at the National Coaches' Seminar, Canadian Ski Association, Thunder Bay.
  94. Rushall, B. S. (1984). Applied psychology for winter sports. An invited workshop presented at the Sixteenth Banff International Conference on Behavioral Sciences, Banff.
  95. Rushall, B. S. (1984). Psychological considerations for competition preparation in cross-country skiing. An invited two-day workshop, National Coaches Symposium, Canadian Ski Association, Saskatoon.
  96. Rushall, B. S. (1984). Elite athlete performance improvement through thought control - Experimental evidence. An invited address, School of HPER Colloquium, Indiana University.
  97. Rushall, B. S. (1984). The effect of three selected cognitive patterns on rowing ergometer performance. A paper presented at the Kingston '84 Annual Symposium of the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, Kingston.
  98. Rushall, B. S. (1984). Pressure in Olympic athletes - Measurement and four case studies. A paper presented at the Kingston '84 Annual Symposium of the Canadian Society for Psychomotor learning and Sport Psychology, Kingston.
  99. Sherman, C. A., & Rushall, B. S. (1985). Self-perceived pressure levels of athletes. A paper presented at the Australian Behavior Modification Conference, Melbourne, May.
  100. Rushall, B. S. (1985). Goals, goal-setting, and performance in swimmers. An invited address at the Canadian Elite Swimming Coaches' Seminar, Canadian Amateur Swimming Association, Vancouver, May.
  101. Rushall, B. S. (1985). Goals, goal-setting and performance - Improving athlete motivation through mind-set. An invited 3-hour workshop sponsored by the Canberra College of Advanced Education, The Australian Institute of Sport, The Department of Territories, and the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Canberra, June.
  102. Rushall, B. S. (1985). The psychological strategies for pre-competition and competition states in athletes. An invited 2-day workshop conducted for the National Coaches' Seminar, Coaches' Association of New Zealand, Wellington, June.
  103. Rushall, B. S. (1985). The usefulness of mental preparation strategies in sports performance; and Coach, athlete and the sport psychologist. Two invited addresses at the Sports Psychology Institute, University of Southern Maine, 9-10 August.
  104. Rushall, B. S. (May, 1986). Invited Canadian lecture tour for Cross Country Canada.
  105. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1986). A psychology of fitness. A keynote address presented at the International Symposium on Research in Sport and Recreation National Congress, Johannesburg, South Africa.
  106. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1986). Program considerations for training superior athletes. A keynote address presented at the International Symposium on Research in Sport and Recreation National Congress, Johannesburg, South Africa.
  107. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1986). South African lecture tour, June 1986. The psychology of successful competing. Invited workshop presented at University of Stellenbosch, 16 June; University of Natal, 19 June; and University of Pretoria, 24 June.
  108. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1986). Performance thoughts - the next sporting frontier. An invited lecture, School of Medicine, University of Cape Town, South Africa, 17 June.
  109. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1986). Thresholds for sport psychology. An invited lecture, Sport Centre, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa, 23 June.
  110. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1986). Think and act like a champion; and Race strategy preparation. Invited addresses to the Western Development Camp, Cross Country Canada, Lake Louise, Alberta.
  111. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1986). Thought processes in skiing. An invited address to the National Ski Team of Canada, Panorama, British Columbia.
  112. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1986). Psychological procedures for enhancing the performance of athletes. An invited keynote address at the XXIII FIMS World Congress of Sports Medicine, Brisbane, Australia.
  113. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1986). Specific thought content effects upon athletic performance. An invited address at the XXIII FIMS World Congress of Sports Medicine, Brisbane, Australia.
  114. Rushall, B. S., & Roaf, W. A. McF. (September, 1986). Physiological, sociological and psychological responses of training-adapted talented age-group swimmers under three levels of training stress. A paper presented at the XXIII FIMS World Congress of Sports Medicine, Brisbane, Australia.
  115. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1986). The psychology of successful competing. An invited keynote workshop for the International Sport Coaches' Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
  116. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1986). On-site intervention techniques for athlete preparation. An invited workshop for the First Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Jekyll Island, Georgia.
  117. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1987). Meet the press. An invited workshop for elite Canadian skiers and staffs at the Pre-Olympic Cross-country Ski Competitions, Canmore, Alberta.
  118. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1987). Pressure in cross-country skiers. An invited presentation at the Coaches' Symposium, Canadian Junior Cross-country Ski Championships, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
  119. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1987). Goal-setting for cross-country skiers. An invited presentation at the Coaches' Symposium, Canadian Junior Cross-country Ski Championships, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
  120. Faucette, F. N., & Rushall, B. S. (April, 1987). The effects of intermittent peer-feedback on teaching behaviors of student physical education teachers. A poster presentation made by Dr. Faucette at the Annual Convention of the American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  121. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1987). The SPORT PSYCHOLOGY CONSULTATION SYSTEM. An invited presentation at the Intervention Techniques in Sport Psychology Workshop, North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity 1987 Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
  122. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1987). Behavior characteristics of champions. The keynote address at the IV Medicine and Sport Congress, Barcelona, Spain.
  123. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1987). Evidence of the theoretical bases for a psychology of competition preparation. An invited workshop, IV Medicine and Sport Congress, Barcelona, Spain.
  124. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1987). The preparation of elite athletes for competitions. An invited workshop, IV Medicine and Sport Congress, Barcelona, Spain.
  125. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1987). Psychological testing and monitoring of elite skiers. An invited address at the Cross-country Coaches' Seminar, Annual Meeting of the Federation Internationale de Ski, Calgary, Canada.
  126. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1987). Competition thought control for elite skiers. An invited address at the Cross-country Coaches' Seminar, Annual Meeting of the Federation Internationale de Ski, Calgary, Canada.
  127. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1987). Advances in cognitive control in sports. An invited graduate student and staff seminar, University of Wollongong, Australia.
  128. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1987). Training and overtraining in skiing. An invited address to the Western Developmental Ski Team of Cross Country Canada, Canmore, Alberta.
  129. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1987). The preparation of elite skiers for competitions. An invited workshop for the 1988 Olympic Ski Team, Cross Country Canada, Panorama, British Columbia.
  130. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1987). Actions to increase the positive aspects of skiing. An invited workshop for the 1988 Olympic Ski Team, Cross Country Canada, Panorama, British Columbia.
  131. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1987). Consultant perspectives on what does and doesn't work. An invited address at the Sport Psychology Workshop, Sharing the process of being effective, sponsored by Sport Canada, Ottawa.
  132. Rushall, B. S., McKenzie, T. L, & Wurzer, D. (September, 1987). Real solutions to real problems: Using intrasubject designs in sport settings. A workshop presented at the Second Annual Conference, Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Newport, California.
  133. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1987). Recent innovations in teaching skills. Keynote address, Pan American Coaches' Conference, Olympic Solidarity Seminar, Field Hockey Association of America, Colorado Springs.
  134. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1988). The Skiing Psychology Consultation System. An invited address at the Coaches' Seminar held in conjunction with the Canadian Cross-country Skiing Championships, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
  135. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1988). What to expect of coaches. Keynote address at the State Coaching Directors' Workshop, New South Wales Government, Department of Sport, Recreation, and Racing, NSW Academy of Sport, Narrabeen, Australia.
  136. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1988). Think and act like a champion. An invited address, Elite Coaches' Seminar, New South Wales Government, Department of Sport, Recreation, and Racing, Sydney, Australia.
  137. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1988). Psychological preparation for serious competition. An invited public workshop, NSW Academy of Sport, Homebush, Australia.
  138. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1988). Pressure and performance. Keynote address, Bicentennial International ESSO Netball Seminar for Coaches and Umpires, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
  139. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1988). Successful competing. Invited workshop, Bicentennial International ESSO Netball Seminar for Coaches and Umpires, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
  140. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1988). Measuring and understanding the individual needs of players. Invited address, Bicentennial International ESSO Netball Seminar for Coaches and Umpires, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
  141. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1988). Mental imagery in netball. Invited address, Bicentennial International ESSO Netball Seminar for Coaches and Umpires, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
  142. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1988). Long-term motivation in netball. Closing keynote address, Bicentennial International ESSO Netball Seminar for Coaches and Umpires, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
  143. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1988). Recent additions to the SPORT PSYCHOLOGY CONSULTATION SYSTEM. Invited lecture, St. George Institute of Education, Sydney College of Advanced Education, Oatley, Australia.
  144. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1988). Training theory and psychological measurement. Invited public lecture, Illawara Academy of Sport, Wollongong, Australia.
  145. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1988). Think and act like a champion. Invited public workshop, Illawara Academy of Sport, Wollongong, Australia.
  146. Rushall, B. S. (February, 1989). Instructional factors in rowing. Five invited workshop presentations at the National Coaching Institute Seminar for Rowing Coaches, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada.
  147. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1989). Psychology and sporting performance. Keynote address at the XXI Banff International Conference on Behavioural Science, Psychology, Sport and Health Promotion, Banff, Canada.
  148. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1989). Computer analysis in sport psychology. An invited workshop at the XXI Banff International Conference on Behavioural Science, Psychology, Sport and Health Promotion, Banff, Canada.
  149. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1989). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop sponsored by the North West Regional Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, Tamworth, Australia.
  150. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1989). Goal-setting for performance enhancement in sports. An invited workshop sponsored by the Hunter Regional Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, Newcastle, Australia.
  151. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1989). Goal-setting for performance enhancement in sports. An invited workshop sponsored by the Western Regional Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, Orange, Australia.
  152. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1989). The psychological preparation for serious competition. An invited workshop sponsored by the Central/Northern Metropolitan Regional Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, Homebush, Australia.
  153. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1989). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop sponsored by the Central/Northern Metropolitan Regional Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, Homebush, Australia.
  154. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1989). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop sponsored by the Riverina Regional Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, Wagga Wagga, Australia.
  155. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1989). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop sponsored by the Riverina Regional Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, Albury, Australia.
  156. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1989). Sport psychology - the key to excellence. An invited public address sponsored by the ACT Academy of Sport and the Centre for Sports Studies, Canberra College of Advanced Education, Canberra, Australia.
  157. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1989). Sport psychology - the key to excellence. The congress keynote address, 7th World Congress of Sport Psychology, Singapore.
  158. Rushall, B. S., Anshel, M., & Martin, M. B. (August, 1989). Assessing athletes in the practical setting. An invited symposium at the 7th World Congress of Sport Psychology, Singapore.
  159. Martin, M. B., & Rushall, B. S. (August, 1989). The effects of thought intensification instruction on rowing ergometer performance. A free communication at the 7th World Congress of Sport Psychology, Singapore.
  160. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1989). The assessment of the athlete. A keynote address at the 18th FISA Coaches' Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  161. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1989). The key to unlock performance. A keynote address at the 18th FISA Coaches' Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  162. Rushall, B. S., & Buzan, A. (November, 1989). In the competitive environment. An invited interactional address at the 18th FISA Coaches' Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  163. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1990). Quelques aspects de la preparation psychologique des athletes feminines de haut niveau. The keynote address at the La femme...Le sport de haut niveau...Pourquoi...? Pourquoi pas...! Colloquium, sponsored by the Comite Olympique et Interfederal Belge and Douwe Egberts, Brussels, Belgium.
  164. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1990). What to expect from coaches and Athlete-centered problems that affect competition performance. Two invited workshops for coaches, Landelijke Commissie Kadervorming, University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
  165. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1990). Psychological assistance for the top-flight athlete. An invited presentation for the Belgian Association of Sport Psychologists, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.
  166. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1990). What to expect from coaches. An invited workshop for the Olympic Coaches' Congress, Comite Olympique et Interfederal Belge, Brussels, Belgium.
  167. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1990). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop for the National Coaching Centre, Moray House College of Education, sponsored by Reebok, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  168. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1990). The content of competition strategies. An invited workshop for the National Coaching Centre, Moray House College of Education, sponsored by Reebok, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  169. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1990). Competition preparation for elite athletes. An invited two-day workshop for the National Coaching Centre, Moray House College of Education, sponsored by Reebok, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  170. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1990). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop presented at Kelvin Hall, The University of Glasgow, sponsored by Reebok, Glasgow, Scotland.
  171. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). Contemporary topics in sports training. An invited lecture, Department of Sports and Recreation Coaches and Directors, Sydney, Australia.
  172. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). The theory and measurement of overtraining and fatigue in sports. An invited workshop sponsored by the Western Regional Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation and the Western NSW Academy of Sport, at Sturt University, Bathurst, Australia.
  173. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). How athletes are motivated to produce elite performance. An invited colloquium, Centre for Sports Studies, University of Canberra, Australia.
  174. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). Measuring coaching psychology effects. An invited address, Centre for Sports Studies, University of Canberra, Australia.
  175. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). The role of parents in sports. An invited address, ACT Academy of Sport, University of Canberra, Australia.
  176. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). The content of competition strategies. An invited workshop sponsored by the South-east Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation and the St. George Academy of Sport, at the University of New South Wales, Australia.
  177. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop, sponsored by the Illawara Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, the Illawara Mercury, and the Illawara Academy of Sport, at the University of Wollongong, Australia.
  178. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). The psychological basis of overtraining. An invited coaches' colloquium, Victorian Institute of Sport, Jolimont, Australia.
  179. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). Coaching time - a psychological approach. A keynote address at the Time to Coach Elite Juniors Seminar, Victoria College Rusden Campus, Melbourne, Australia.
  180. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). What to expect from coaches. An invited workshop, sponsored by the Newcastle Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation and the Hunter Academy of Sport, Newcastle, Australia.
  181. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). The content of competition strategies. An invited workshop sponsored by the Northern Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation and the North Coast Academy of Sport, Port MacQuarie, Australia.
  182. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). The content of competition strategies. An invited workshop sponsored by the Northern Office, NSW Department of Sport and Recreation and the North Coast Academy of Sport, Lismore, Australia.
  183. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1990). Modern training theory - its implication for sports programs. An invited colloquium, University of New England, Lismore, Australia.
  184. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1991). Adherence to exercise: lessons from champion athletes. An invited address at the Second Annual Behavioral Medicine Conference: How to "Just Do It": Motivating People to Exercise in the 1990s. San Diego: San Diego State University.
  185. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1991). Exercise interventions for clinical populations: Lessons from champion athletes. An invited workshop at the Second Annual Behavioral Medicine Conference: How to "Just Do It": Motivating People to Exercise in the 1990s. San Diego: San Diego State University.
  186. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1991). Designing instructional systems. An invited address at the Physical Education Discipline Seminar, California State University Institute on Learning and Teaching, San Pedro, California.
  187. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1991). Athlete self-monitoring tools and their use in coaching. An invited coaches' colloquium, Victorian Institute of Sport, Jolimont, Australia.
  188. Rushall, B. S. (May, 1991). Measuring and understanding psychological components in swimmers. An invited keynote address at the XIth Annual Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
  189. Rushall, B. S. (May, 1991). What is expected of coaches. An invited workshop at the XIth Annual Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
  190. Rushall, B. S. (May, 1991). The content of competition strategies. An invited workshop at the XIth Annual Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
  191. Rushall, B. S. (May, 1991). Sport science update. An invited address at the XIth Annual Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
  192. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1991). Exact training stimuli for performance enhancement. An invited address to the NSW State Coaches and Coaching Coordinators, NSW Government, Department of Sport, Recreation, and Racing.
  193. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1991). Sports science update. An invited public workshop, sponsored by the Illawara Office, NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, the Illawara Mercury, and the Illawara Academy of Sport, at the University of Wollongong, Australia.
  194. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). Think and act like a champion. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Western Regional Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Dubbo, Australia.
  195. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). The preparation of country athletes for state and/or national events. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Northwest Regional Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Tamworth, Australia.
  196. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). New methods for sports training. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Northwest Regional Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Armidale, Australia.
  197. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). The content of competition strategies. An invited public workshop sponsored by the North Coast Regional Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Coffs Harbour, Australia.
  198. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). The content of competition strategies. An invited public workshop sponsored by the North Coast Regional Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Tweed Heads, Australia.
  199. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). Self-assessment tools in sport psychology - their relevance for the coach. An invited public workshop sponsored by the University of New South Wales, St. George Campus, Oatley, Australia.
  200. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). The content of competition strategies. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Western Metropolitan Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, University of Western Sydney, Kingswood Campus, Australia.
  201. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). Mind-training for sports. An invited workshop for NSW State Coaches sponsored by the NSW Academy of Sport, Narrabeen, Australia.
  202. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). Team sport training. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Southwest Metropolitan Regional Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, and the University of Western Sydney, Milperra Campus, Milperra, Australia.
  203. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). The theory and measurement of overtraining and fatigue in sports. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Central Coast Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Gosford, Australia.
  204. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). Team sport training. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Riverina Regional Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Albury, Australia.
  205. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). Strength training. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Riverina Regional Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Wagga Wagga, Australia.
  206. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1991). Sport science update. An invited public workshop sponsored by the Southeast Metropolitan Office of the NSW Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing, Mascot, Australia.
  207. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1992). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop presented to scholarship athletes and staff of the Victorian Institute of Sport, Melbourne, Australia.
  208. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1992). Developing successful competition strategies in individual and team sports. An invited workshop sponsored by the Victorian Institute of Sport and the Ballarat Regional Sport Assembly, Ballarat, Australia.
  209. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1992). Developing successful competition strategies in individual and team sports. An invited workshop sponsored by the Victorian Institute of Sport and the Loddon-Compaspe Sports Assembly, Bendigo, Australia.
  210. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1992). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop sponsored by the Victorian Institute of Sport, Victorian Institute of Technology, and the Western Region Sports Assembly, Footscray, Australia.
  211. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1992). Developing successful competition strategies in individual and team sports. An invited workshop sponsored by the Victorian Institute of Sport and the Barwon Region Sports Assembly, Geelong, Australia.
  212. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1992). Developing successful competition strategies in individual and team sports. An invited workshop sponsored by the Victorian Institute of Sport and the Goulburn Valley Sports Assembly, Shepparton, Australia.
  213. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1992). Lessons from sport for the business world. An invited workshop for the Cumberland Newspaper Group, Parramatta, Australia.
  214. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1992). After 30 years of behaviorism: Mental skills training for sports. A symposium presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  215. Rushall, B. S., & Cappaert, J. M. (April, 1993). Contemporary advances in technique. A symposium presented for the New South Wales Swimming Association, Kensington, Australia.
  216. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1993). How to coach mental skills: Programming psychology. A symposium presented for the New South Wales Academy of Sport sponsored by the National Coaching Certification Programme, Narrabeen, Australia.
  217. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1993). Various topics on the coaching of swimming according to the syllabus of Level 2 Coaching Accreditation Program. New South Wales Academy of Sport, Narrabeen, Australia.
  218. Lippman, L. G., & Rushall, B. S. (June, 1993). The role of imagery in skill development. Paper presented at the 2nd Maccabiah-Wingate International Congress on Sport and Coaching Sciences, Wingate Institute, Israel.
  219. Rushall, B. S., & Cappaert, J. M. (July, 1993). Technique priorities for advanced swimmers. An invited seminar at the New South Wales Country Swimming Championships, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, Australia.
  220. Rushall, B. S., & Cappaert, J. M. (July, 1993). Recent developments in swimming coaching. An invited seminar on behalf of the North Coast District of the New South Wales Swimming Association, Ballina, Australia.
  221. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1993). Mental skills training for coaching in the 1990s. The inaugural Annual Brent Rushall Lecture in Human Movement Studies, The University of Western Sydney, Macarthur, Australia.
  222. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1993). Sport psychology in the 1990s. An invited colloquium presented to the Department of Psychology, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.
  223. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1994). Scientific swimming for the 21st century. A 3-day Level 2 Coaching Accreditation Program in swimming. Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia.
  224. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1994). Advances in backstroke technique. A workshop presented to the ACT coaches, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
  225. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1994). Parental concerns in swimming. An address to the ACT Region of NSW Swimming Association Inc., Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
  226. Rushall, B. S. (May, 1994). Some psychological considerations for US national swimming teams. An invited presentation at the US Swimming National Team Coaches Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  227. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1994). Scientific swimming for the 21st century. A 3-day Level 2 Coaching Accreditation Program in swimming. Lavington, NSW, Australia.
  228. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1994). Analysis of underwater video records. Conducted at the New South Wales State Squad training camps, Rooty Hill, New South Wales.
  229. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1994). Basic technical features of good swimming. Coaches' workshop at the Weekend Coaches and Swimmers Camp, South Coast and Tablelands Swimming Association, Australia.
  230. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1994). The latest trends in competitive swimming and The biomechanics of swimming strokes. Two invited papers presented at the SUNRICE Super Clinic, Tamworth, Australia.
  231. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1994). Latest trends in competitive swimming techniques. Coaches' workshop at the Clinic for Coaches, Swimmers, and Parents, Ballina, Australia.
  232. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1994). Principles of swimming to guide parents. Invited presentation to the general public: Clinic for Coaches, Swimmers, and Parents, Ballina, Australia.
  233. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1994). New theories in training. Invited public lecture for the Victorian Coaching Centre, Sport and Recreation Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.
  234. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1994). Performance enhancement consultations: three case studies. A colloquium presented at the Ninth Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Incline Village, California.
  235. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1994). Psychological concepts for national team members. An address given to athletes attending the National A and B Swimming Teams' Camp, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  236. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1994). Developing successful pre-race focusing strategies in swimming. An address given to athletes attending the Pan American Games Swimming Team Camp, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  237. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1994). Think and act like a champion. An invited workshop given to athletes attending the National Junior Swimming Teams' Camp, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  238. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1995). Championship preparations - 22 days of swimming excellence. A workshop given to selected athletes and parents associated with the Forbes and Ursula Carlile Swimming Organization, Sydney, Australia.
  239. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1995). How to develop healthy attitudes towards racing in age-group swimmers. Invited plenary address, National Age-group Swimming Coaches' Conference, US Swimming, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  240. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1995). Assessing coaching effectiveness. Invited plenary address, National Age-group Swimming Coaches' Conference, US Swimming, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  241. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1995). Think and act Like a champion. Invited 3-hour workshop for the Far North Coast Region of the New South Wales Department of Sport and Recreation, at Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia.
  242. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1995). What is expected of a representative swimmer. Invited seminar for the Far North Coast Swimming Association Inc., Ballina, Australia.
  243. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1995). 1995 Norco Far North Coast Achievers Swimming Squad - Ballina Clinic. Clinic Conductor for a 2-day meeting for the Far North Coast Swimming Association Inc., Ballina, Australia.
  244. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1995). Concepts for evaluating elite athletes. An invited 3-hour seminar for the Center for Sports Studies, University of Canberra, Belconnen, Australia.
  245. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1995). Psychological aspects in the national team program. Invited 2-hour lecture at the Women's Training Camp, US Canoe and Kayak Team, Arco Training Center, Chula Vista, California.
  246. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1995). The practical implementation of a mental skills training program. Invited 3-hour workshop at the 1995 Senior Coaches' College, US Swimming, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  247. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1995). Precompetition and competition strategies. Invited 3-hour workshop at the 1995 Senior Coaches' College, US Swimming, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  248. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1996). Kinematics in swimming. An invited address to the Arizona Swim Coaches' Association, Phoenix Swim Club, Phoenix, Arizona.
  249. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1996). Force production in crawl stroke. An invited address to the Arizona Swim Coaches' Association, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona.
  250. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1996). Activities that work for a sport psychologist. An invited colloquium presented at the Moray House Institute of Education, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  251. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1996). Some practical applications of psychology in physical activity settings. An invited keynote addresses presented at the Korean Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Congress, Olympic Park, Seoul, Korea.
  252. Rushall, B. S. (June, 1996). Some determinants in human competitive performances: A psychological perspective. An invited keynote address presented at the Korean Society of Sport Psychology Summer Seminar, Olympic Park, Seoul, Korea.
  253. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1996). Features of crawl stroke instruction for coaching junior swimmers. A paper presented at the 1996 ASCA World Clinic, San Diego, California.
  254. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1997). Physical and mental strategies for swimming competitions. A workshop presented to clients and staff of the Forbes and Ursula Carlile Swimming Organization of Sydney, at Forestville, New South Wales, Australia.
  255. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1997). Consulting with elite athletes and national teams. A colloquium presented to the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana on the occasion of receiving the Willard W. Patty Distinguished Alumni Award presented by the Indiana University School of HPER Alumni Association.
  256. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1997). The Internet and coaching. A presentation to an assembly of coaches and technical directors, sponsored by the Victorian Government Department of Sport and Recreation, conducted at the Victorian Institute of Sport, Melbourne, Australia.
  257. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1997). Performance goal-setting: The integration of intermediate sequential goal-attainment with congruent feedback. A colloquium conducted at the 1997 Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, San Diego, California.
  258. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1998). Basic training principles for pre-pubertal swimmers. A public symposium presented for the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
  259. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1998). Recent trends in coaching elite swimmers. A public symposium presented for the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
  260. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1998). Better coaching from better information: Tools to increase coaching effectiveness. Coaching Update Seminar sponsored by the Victorian Coaching Center and Deakin University, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia.
  261. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1998). Thoughts and experiences with internet journals. A faculty colloquium, School of Human Movement, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia.
  262. Rushall, B. S. (August, 1998). Drugs in sport: Advances in the fight. Panelist at the public forum sponsored by the Australian Sports Medicine Association, held at the Cumberland Campus of Sydney University, New South Wales, Australia.
  263. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1998). Coaching on the Internet. A workshop presented via the Internet from San Diego at the Sports Coach 1998 Convention in Melbourne, Australia.
  264. Rushall, B. S. (December, 1998). Competition preparation for elite swimmers. A two-day workshop sponsored by the Federacao Portuguesa de Natacao, held at the National Stadium, Lisbon, Portugal.
  265. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1999). Graduate student use of the Internet. An invited presentation to the assemblage of graduate students in Physical Education and Sports Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
  266. Rushall, B. S., (April, 1999). Distance learning models for use in exercise science. An invited presentation to the faculty and staff of the Department of Physical Education and Sports Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
  267. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1999). Assessment tools, motivation, and demotivation factors in coaching. Nine hours of invited lectures to students enrolled in the Coaching Team Sports track of the Inter University Graduate Program in Physical Education and Sports Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
  268. Rushall, B. S. (May, 1999). Some psychological factors for promoting exceptional athletic performance. The Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology Distinguished Lecture, Western Psychological Association 79th Annual Convention, Irvine, California.
  269. Rushall, B. S. (May, 1999). Coaching via the Internet. An invited address to a gathering of sport coaches, Victorian Institute of Sport, Melbourne, Australia.
  270. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1999). I Clinic de Natacao de Rio Maior. A two-day clinic on swimming technique for the Escola Superior de Desporto de Rio Maior, Instituto Politecnico de Santarem, Portugal.
  271. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1999). O que se espera de um nadador representativo de alto rendimento, a public colloquium presented for the Escola Superior de Desporto de Rio Maior, Instituto Politecnico de Santarem, Portugal.
  272. Rushall, B. S. (December, 1999). Distance education models for coaching. An invited address at the International Coach Education Conference, hosted by the International Council for Coach Education and the Australian Coaching Council, University of New South Wales, Australia.
  273. Rushall, B. S. (January 2000). Coaching tools to increase coaching effectiveness. A public seminar sponsored by the Federacao Portuguesa de Natacao and the Laboratorio de Optimizacao do Rendimento Desportivo, Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, at the Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  274. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2000). Two distance-education models -- Better or worse than normal classroom teaching? A refereed paper presented at The Sixth California State University Symposium on University Teaching, CSU, San Marcos.
  275. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2000). Better coaching from better information: Tools to increase coaching effectiveness. An invited sport psychology lecture, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  276. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2000). Decision-making tools for increasing coaching effectiveness. A public seminar presented at UNITEC: Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
  277. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2000). Distance education models for sport and coaching science. A public seminar presented at UNITEC: Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
  278. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2000). Exchange program opportunities at SDSU for faculty. A faculty presentation at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.
  279. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2000). Study at SDSU. A public presentation to students and faculty at the University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.
  280. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2001). Exercise and nutritional sciences at SDSU. A public presentation to students and faculty at the University of Abertay Dundee, Dundee, Scotland.
  281. Weingarden, S., Borys, J., Baltes, B., Burroughs, W., Hebl, M., Libkuman, T., & Rushall, B. (April, 2001). Can I come over and play? I/O meets sport psychology. A panel seminar at the 2001 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Convention, San Diego, California.
  282. Core, J. (May, 2001). The Inaugural I. W. Stewart Endowed Professorial Lecture, University of Abertay Dundee, Dundee, Scotland. Internet participant, May 17, 2001.
  283. Rushall, B. S. (June, 2001). Thought processes for exceptional athletic performance. The Scholar of the Year 2001 Address at the Southwest District of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Convention at Park City, Utah, June 21, 2001.
  284. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2002). On line psychological services for athletes and coaches. A presentation to selected coaches at the New South Wales Institute of Sport, Olympic Park, Australia.
  285. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2003). Recent trends in swimming coaching. A seminar presented to the coaching staff of the Carlile Swimming Organization, Ryde, Australia.
  286. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2003). Mental skills training. A seminar presented to the sport psychology staff of the New South Wales Institute of Sport, Olympic Park, Australia.
  287. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2004). Training principles for effective coaching. A seminar presented to the coaching staff of the Carlile Swimming Organization, Ryde, Australia.
  288. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2004). Tests in the Sport Psychology Consultation System SPCS_1. A presentation to the professional of Performance Psychology, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, Australia.
  289. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2004). Techniques of champion swimmers. A 3-hour workshop conducted for South Australian Swimming, Adelaide, South Australia.
  290. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2005). Modern trends in swimming techniques. A 5-hour workshop presented to the coaching staffs of the Carlile Swimming Organization, Fairlight, NSW, Australia, September 29.
  291. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2005). Foundations of swimming conditioning. A 5-hour workshop presented to the coaching staffs of the Carlile Swimming Organization, Fairlight, NSW, Australia, September 30.
  292. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2006). Current questions and answers – What science tells us. A 4-hour workshop presented to the coaching staffs of the Carlile Swimming Organization, Fairlight, NSW, Australia, April 7.
  293. Simões, P., Silva, A., Rushall, B., & Vasconcelos-Raposo, J. (2006). Mental training in swimming: Applying a new goal definition model. A paper presented at the International Symposium of Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming X, Lisbon, Portugal, June 21-25.
  294. Rushall, B. S. (September-November, 2006). On-site coach and swimmer training at Ryde and Cherrybrook pools, NSW, Australia. Lectures, individual instruction, and demonstration coaching for Carlile Swimming Inc., Sydney, Australia.
  295. Rushall, B. S. (April 28, 2007). Facts and fictions in conditioning swimmers: The emergence of a new paradigm. A three-hour presentation at the 2007 Arizona Swimposium, Phoenix, Arizona.
  296. Rushall, B. S. (June 11, 2007). Drugs in sport: A cure worse than the disease? An invited address at the 4th Annual International Society of Sports Nutrition Conference and Expo, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  297. Rushall, B. S. (June 16, 2007). Physical and mental strategies for swimming competitions. An invited workshop for the members of the Vernon Kokanee Swim Club, Vernon, British Columbia, Canada.
  298. Rushall, B. S. (November 20, 2008). Facts and fictions in conditioning swimmers: The emergence of a new paradigm. A four-hour workshop presentation for Carlile Swimming Inc., Sydney, Australia.
  299. Rushall, B. S. (August 22, 2009). Physical and mental strategies for swimming competitions. An invited workshop for the members of the Cherrybrook Carlile Swim Club, Castle Hill, New South Wales, Australia.
  300. Rushall, B. S. (September 12, 2009). The Future of Swimming: "Myths and Science". An invited presentation at the ASCA World Clinic 2009, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  301. Rushall, B. S. (June 9, 2011). Starts, turns, and double-leg kicking. An invited seminar presented to the elite coaches of Carlile Swimming, Ryde, New South Wales, Australia.
  302. Rushall, B. S. (July 18, 2011). Physical and mental strategies for swimming competitions. A 3-hour workshop presented to participants and coaches at the Super Camp, Swimming WA, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
  303. Rushall, B. S. (August 28, 2013). Ultra-short Race-pace Training and Traditional Training Compared. An invited presentation at the 4th Annual Hall of Fame Coaches Clinic, August 28-30, 2013 in Clearwater, Florida.
  304. Rushall, B. S. (August 29, 2013). Current Swimming Techniques: The Physics of Movements and Observations of Champions. An invited presentation at the 4th Annual Hall of Fame Coaches Clinic, August 28-30, 2013 in Clearwater, Florida.

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