Here’s a list of the references from Fast Talk Labs Episode 233: Why Perception Can Make or Break Your Performance.

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Bayne, F., Racinais, S., Mileva, K., Hunter, S., & Gaoua, N. (2020). Less Is More—Cyclists-Triathlete’s 30 min Cycling Time-Trial Performance Is Impaired With Multiple Feedback Compared to a Single Feedback. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 608426. Retrieved from 

Beltrami, F. G., Froyd, C., Mauger, A. R., Metcalfe, A. J., Marino, F., & Noakes, T. D. (2012). Conventional testing methods produce submaximal values of maximum oxygen consumption. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 46(1), 23. Retrieved from 

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Broatch, J. R., Petersen, A., & Bishop, D. J. (2014). Postexercise Cold Water Immersion Benefits Are Not Greater than the Placebo Effect. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 46(11), 2139–2147. Retrieved from 

Carmo, E. C. do, Renfree, A., Vieira, C. Y. N., Ferreira, D. dos S., Truffi, G. A., & Barroso, R. (2021). Effects of different goal orientations and virtual opponents performance level on pacing strategy and performance in cycling time trials. European Journal of Sport Science, 22(4), 1–8. Retrieved from 

Castle, P. C., Maxwell, N., Allchorn, A., Mauger, A. R., & White, D. K. (2012). Deception of ambient and body core temperature improves self paced cycling in hot, humid conditions. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 112(1), 377–385. Retrieved from 

CORBETT, J., BARWOOD, M. J., OUZOUNOGLOU, A., THELWELL, R., & DICKS, M. (2012). Influence of Competition on Performance and Pacing during Cycling Exercise. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 44(3), 509–515. Retrieved from 

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Marcora, S. (2009). Perception of effort during exercise is independent of afferent feedback from skeletal muscles, heart, and lungs. Journal of Applied Physiology, 106(6), 2060–2062. Retrieved from 

Marcora, Samuele M. (2008). Do we really need a central governor to explain brain regulation of exercise performance? European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104(5), 929. Retrieved from 

Marcora, Samuele M., Staiano, W., & Manning, V. (2009). Mental fatigue impairs physical performance in humans. Journal of Applied Physiology, 106(3), 857–864. Retrieved from 

Marcora, Samuele Maria, & Staiano, W. (2010). The limit to exercise tolerance in humans: mind over muscle? European Journal of Applied Physiology, 109(4), 763–770. Retrieved from 

Mauger, A. R., Jones, A. M., & Williams, C. A. (2010). Influence of acetaminophen on performance during time trial cycling. Journal of Applied Physiology, 108(1), 98–104. Retrieved from 

Mauger, A. R., Taylor, L., Harding, C., Wright, B., Foster, J., & Castle, P. C. (2014). Acute acetaminophen (paracetamol) ingestion improves time to exhaustion during exercise in the heat. Experimental Physiology, 99(1), 164–171. Retrieved from 

Pageaux, B. (2014). The Psychobiological Model of Endurance Performance: An Effort-Based Decision-Making Theory to Explain Self-Paced Endurance Performance. Sports Medicine, 44(9), 1319–1320. Retrieved from 

Paterson, & Marino. (2004). Effect of Deception of Distance on Prolonged Cycling Performance. 

Petru, & Pysny. (2017). Effect of Paracetamol and Acetylsalicylic Acid intake on short term anaerobic performance. 

Pettersen, S. D., Aslaksen, P. M., & Pettersen, S. A. (2020). Pain Processing in Elite and High-Level Athletes Compared to Non-athletes. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 1908. Retrieved from 

Pollo, A., Carlino, E., & Benedetti, F. (2011). Placebo mechanisms across different conditions: from the clinical setting to physical performance. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 366(1572), 1790–1798. Retrieved from 

Saunders, B., Saito, T., Klosterhoff, R., Oliveira, L. F. de, Barreto, G., Perim, P., … Gualano, B. (2019). “I put it in my head that the supplement would help me”: Open-placebo improves exercise performance in female cyclists. PLoS ONE, 14(9), e0222982. Retrieved from 

Smirmaul, B. P. C., Bertucci, D. R., & Teixeira, I. P. (2013). Is the VO2max that we measure really maximal? Frontiers in Physiology, 4, 203. Retrieved from 

STONE, M. R., THOMAS, K., WILKINSON, M., JONES, A. M., GIBSON, A. S. C., & THOMPSON, K. G. (2012). Effects of Deception on Exercise Performance. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 44(3), 534–541. Retrieved from 

Stone, M. R., Thomas, K., Wilkinson, M., Stevenson, E., Gibson, A. St. C., Jones, A. M., & Thompson, K. G. (2017). Exploring the performance reserve: Effect of different magnitudes of power output deception on 4,000 m cycling time-trial performance. PLoS ONE, 12(3), e0173120. Retrieved from 

Swart, J., Lindsay, T. R., Lambert, M. I., Brown, J. C., & Noakes, T. D. (2012). Perceptual cues in the regulation of exercise performance – physical sensations of exercise and awareness of effort interact as separate cues. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 46(1), 42. Retrieved from 

Williams, E. L., Jones, H. S., Sparks, S. A., Marchant, D. C., Midgley, A. W., Bridge, C. A., & McNaughton, L. R. (2016). Deceptive Manipulation of Competitive Starting Strategies Influences Subsequent Pacing, Physiological Status, and Perceptual Responses during Cycling Time Trials. Frontiers in Physiology, 7, 536. Retrieved from