Great Start to 2022 for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology (LSEP) Researchers
HART welcome Donna Hall
A Successful PhD Defence for Jo Blackwell
Rachel Langbein: Successful PhD defence

A Successful PhD Defence for Jo Blackwell

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Jo Blackwell successfully defended her PhD last September and confirmation of her award was made earlier this year. Her PhD was a dual studentship between Lincoln and the University of Copenhagen, and explored the socio-cultural influences on exercise and health Continue reading A Successful PhD Defence for Jo Blackwell

Great Start to 2022 for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology (LSEP) Researchers

It has been a tremendous start to 2022 for LSEP researchers, with numerous publications for members of our team. We include a brief description of some successes to date this year. Recent graduate, Dr Rachel Langbein (supervised by Dr Trish Continue reading Great Start to 2022 for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology (LSEP) Researchers

HART welcome Donna Hall

HART have recently been joined by doctoral student Donna Hall who joins the team on a MPhil/PhD studentship. Supervised by Dr Hannah Henderson, Donna’s PhD focuses on promoting physical activity in older adults and how game-based interventions may impact physical Continue reading HART welcome Donna Hall

Georgia Clay: Health-Enhancing Physical Activity

During 2021, HART researcher, PhD student, and Associate Lecturer, Georgia Clay, attended the Health Enhancing Physical Activity (HEPA) three-day summer school entitled ‘An Ecosystem Approach to Health Enhancing Physical Activity Promotion’ hosted by the WHO Regional Office for Europe, the Continue reading Georgia Clay: Health-Enhancing Physical Activity

Rachel Langbein: Successful PhD defence

The start of this academic year saw HART Researcher Rachel Langbein successfully defend her dissertation research which explored the psychological experience of low energy availability in sport and exercise. Rachel recently reflected on her main findings and experiences of the Continue reading Rachel Langbein: Successful PhD defence