Paper at International Conference on Mental Health & Wellbeing of Postgraduate Researchers

Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology (LSEP) Research and HART members recently presented their research at two international events. The presentations featured work being led by Dr Trish Jackman and Rebecca Hawkins in collaboration with University of Lincoln and international colleagues. Continue reading Paper at International Conference on Mental Health & Wellbeing of Postgraduate Researchers

Exploring the effects of Bingocize® for older adults in the UK               

Investigators: Dr Hannah Henderson, Geoff Middleton, Georgia Clay, Anna Mongan & Dr Dan Martin (HART / School of Sport and Exercise) In collaboration with: Dr Jason Crandall & Dr Matthew Shake (Western Kentucky University Center for Applied Science in Health Continue reading Exploring the effects of Bingocize® for older adults in the UK               

Existential & informal learning: talented youth athletes

Over the past two years, a ground-breaking European-funded project, Learn2, has been taking place to investigate the role of existential and informal learning in the lives of young, talented, pre-elite athletes in Finland. The international, multi-disciplinary research team was led Continue reading Existential & informal learning: talented youth athletes

New HART articles on performance swimming

It’s always uplifting to welcome in a New Year with new publications, and we are delighted to see published two articles on the sociology of performance swimming, led by HART Associate Member and former doctoral researcher, Dr Gareth McNarry. These Continue reading New HART articles on performance swimming

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