Johannes Meyer (M.Sc.) received his Bachelor's degree (B.A.) at the German Sport University Cologne in 2017 and his Master's degree (with honours) in "Performance Analysis in Sport" at the University of Salford, UK in 2018. He then started his PhD at the Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics with the main research topic of decision-making in sports games. The focus is on factors influencing anticipation, including anticipation of deceptive movements. In addition to his PhD, he researches the effects of additional substitutions in professional football. Johannes Meyer also works as a Consultant for Qualification in Knowledge and Technology Transfer at the Academic Planning and Control Unit in the Dept. Transfer Office and Start-up Service of the German Sport University Cologne.