About Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson

Professor in Sociology & Physical Culture, and Director, Health Advancement Research Team (HART), University of Lincoln.

Lincoln researchers shine in PGR Connect Series

Members of the Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research Team (@LincsSpExPsych) and HART (@HARTResearch) recently delivered talks on the highly successful international PGR (Postgraduate Research) Connect Series. Organised by Dr Trish Jackman of the Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research Continue reading Lincoln researchers shine in PGR Connect Series

New papers on the psychology of policing

Members of HART and Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research (LSEPR) have recently published two papers on the psychology of policing. The first paper, published in International Journal of Police Science & Management, led by Dr Patricia Jackman (LSEPR/HART) and Continue reading New papers on the psychology of policing

‘Talking Psych’ podcast

Dr Trish Jackman and Rebecca Hawkins of HART and @LincsSportExPsych have recently spoken about their research in physical activity, occupational, and educational settings as part of the “Talking Psych” podcast, which is run by the British Psychological Society’s Division of Continue reading ‘Talking Psych’ podcast

Race, gender and the nation: anti Kaepernick memes

HART researcher, Dr Nikolas Dickerson, has recently co-authored with Dr Matt Holder (University of Rhode Island) an article published in the Journal of Sport & Social Issues. The article focuses on the San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, who kneeled Continue reading Race, gender and the nation: anti Kaepernick memes

Presentation on cardiac rehabilitation research

HART PhD student, Joanna Blackwell, recently presented her sociological doctoral research at the international PGR Connect Seminar Series, organised by Dr Trish Jackman of Lincoln Sport & Exercise Psychology Group. She is a dual PhD student with the University of Lincoln Continue reading Presentation on cardiac rehabilitation research