Beiträge in Fachzeitschriften

 

Staller, M. S., Christiansen, P., Zaiser, B., Körner, S., & Cole, J. C. (2017). Do they aggress earlier? Investigating the effects of ego depletion on police officers’ use of force behavior. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. Doi: 10.1007/s11896-017-9249-6

Körner, S., & Staller, M. (2017). System or methodology? Towards a non-linear pedagogy of self-defense in the law enforcement and the civilian domain. Security Journal. Doi: 10.1057/s41284-017-0122-1

Staller, M., Cole, J. C., Zaiser, B. & Körner S. (2017). Representative training with less risk: The effects of non-lethal training and conventional ammunition in police use-of-force training on heart rate variabilty. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, pax054. Doi: 0.1093/police/pax054

Staller, M. S., Zaiser, B., Körner, S. (2017). From realism to representativeness: Changing terminology to investigate effectiveness in self-defence. Martial Arts Studies, 4, 70-77.

Staller, M., Zaiser, B., Körner S., & Cole, J. C. (2017). Risk-taking behavior in police officers and martial artists: Investigating potential differences using the E-Stroop and Dot Probe Task. The Journal of Law Enforcement, 6(2), 1-15.

Staller, M. S., Abraham, A., Poolton, J., & Körner S. (2017). „It’s not about the pain – it’s about the feedback“ – Krav maga experts’ views on sef-defense performance and the experience of pain during training sessions. Archives of Budo, 13, 35-49.

Staller, M., Zaiser, B., Körner S., & Cole, J. C. (2017) Threat-related attentional biases in police officers and martial artists: Investigating potential differences using the E-Stroop and Dot Probe Task. SAGE Open, 7(2), 1-17

Staller, M., Bertram, O., & Körner, S. (2017). Weapon system selection in police use-of-force training: Value to skill transfer categorisation matrix. Salus Journal, 5(1), 1-15.

Staller, M., Zaiser, B., & Körner, S. (2017). Unverletzt besser werden: Repräsentative Simulationen im polizeilichen Einsatztraining. Polizei & Wissenschaft, 3/2017, 13-27.

Staller, M. S. & Abraham, A. (2016). ‚Work on Your Problem-Solving’: Krav Maga Experts’ Views on Optimal Learning Environments for Self-Defence Training. International Journal of Coaching Science, 10(2), 91-113.

Staller, M. S. & Zaiser, B. (2015). Auf dem Weg zur Expertise als Einsatztrainer: Selbst-bestimmtes Lernen im Rahmen der regelmäßigen Dienstverrichtung. Polizei & Wissenschaft, 4/2015, 39-49.

Zaiser, B. & Staller, M. S. (2015). The Word is Sometimes Mightier Than the Sword: Rethinking Communication Skills to Enhance Officer Safety. The Journal of Law Enforcement, 4(5), 1-17.

Staller, M. (2015). Entscheiden und Handeln: Didaktische Überlegungen im polizeilichen Einsatztraining anhand eines Reglermodells für motorische und kognitive Anforderungen. Polizei & Wissenschaft, 2/2015, 24-36.

Staller, M. S. & Zaiser, B. (2015). Developing problem solvers: New perspectives on pedagogical practices in police use of force training. The Journal of Law Enforcement, 4(3), 1-15.

Staller M. & Racky, A. (2014): Wettkampfanalyse im Ju-Jutsu Fighting – Merkmale im technisch-taktischen Bereich für internationale Spitzenleistung. Zeitschrift für Gesundheit und Sport, 1, 13-25.

Staller, M. (2013). The Structure of Jiu-Jitsu Fights and its Relevance for Elite Athletes and Coaches. Journal of Teaching and Education, 2(2), 241-247.

Staller, M. (2013). The Analysis of Successfully Applied Techniques in Part 1 in Ju-Jitsu Fighting. LASE Journal of Sport Science, 4(2), 14-19.

Staller, M. (2013). The Relevance of Systematic Video Analysis of Jiu-Jitsu Fights for Elite Athletes and Coaches. Signum Temporis, 6(2). DOI: 10.247/sigtem-2013-0060.