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Annual seminar by Sport & Exercise Psychology Team

Postgraduate researchers in Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology (LSEP) Research group delivered presentations on their doctoral projects as part of the annual School of Sport & Exercise Science Seminar Series 2020-21. Aided by the virtual format, it was excellent to Continue reading Annual seminar by Sport & Exercise Psychology Team

TED Ageing Better in East Lindsey

HART member, Dr Hayden Bird, has recently been involved in the publication of the latest TED Ageing Better in East Lindsey (Lincolnshire) learning report, focusing on ‘adaptation’ in the sector. ‘The sector’ includes organisations, communities, and wider stakeholders who work Continue reading TED Ageing Better in East Lindsey

Annual HART seminar

As part of the School of Sport & Exercise Science Seminar Series, postgraduate research students in HART presented their doctoral research at the initial seminar in the annual series. In addition to HART’s Joanna Blackwell and Georgia Clay, we were Continue reading Annual HART seminar

Publications success for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Team

The end of 2020 coincided with a series of publication successes for members of Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research and HART. Dr Matthew Bird, along with Eadie Simons and Dr Patricia Jackman, recently published a paper that examined mental toughness, sport-related well-being, and Continue reading Publications success for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Team

New publications for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Team

The end of 2020 sees publication successes for colleagues in  Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research and HART: Dr Patricia Jackman and Rebecca Hawkins, alongside Nottingham Trent University’s Dr Julie Johnston and Emily Dargue, recently published a systematic review on flow in Continue reading New publications for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Team